The direction of flow to the west will generate the return of more disturbed and cooler conditions for the area around Lorient …
The weather changes gradually over the weekend. You lose a few degrees and the rain is back.
Beautiful sunny morning despite the presence of discrete clouds at a high altitude. Softness with generous sun at midday. In the afternoon, the arrival of a more unstable front by western Brittany will generate a cloudy sky (medium altitude cumulus) alternating with sunshine. Risk of showers north of Plouay Baud-axis.
Northwest wind low in the morning and midday veering west in the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 25-30 km/h, 35-40 Groix). Fort Blocked: westerly swell 1m. Min: 12 / 13 degrees; maximum: 19 / 20 degrees; (11 / 12 degrees – 20 / 21 degrees inland. Clear and refreshed in the evening; 17 degrees at 8pm and 12 degrees at midnight.
Veiled, bright and very fresh at dawn variable in the morning, the sky becomes unstable in the late morning and midday with developing cumulus clouds and showers. In the afternoon, the instability generates an alternating cloudy sky (more generous on the coastal edge), many developed cumulus clouds and showers (sometimes stormy), more numerous in the north of Quéven-Lanester Kervignac-axis.
A southwest wind, very low in the morning, the afternoon low. Fort Blocked: westerly swell <1 m.Low: 8 / 9 degrees; maximum: 18 / 19 degrees (7 / 8 degrees to 19 / 20 degrees inland). Cloudy skies in the evening; 17 degrees at 8pm and 13 degrees at midnight.