The anticyclone of the Azores focused on Germany does not extend enough to protect Lorient and Brittany this weekend. The clouds will return Sunday.
It will be fair this Saturday, a little less on Sunday in and around Lorient.
Low clouds morning before returning a sunny morning with rapidly rising mercury. generous sun and softness at midday. In the afternoon, the sun, omnipresent on Lorient and coastline despite purposes of high altitude sails, is embellished discrete fair-weather cumulus north of Quéven-Hennebont Kervignac-axis.
Sensations almost summer. South wind low in the morning and (2 strength, 20-25km/h gusts 30-35 Groix). Fort Blocked: swell from west 1.5m. Min: 12 / 13 degrees; maximum: 22 / 23 degrees; (11 / 12 degrees to 23 / 24 degrees inland). Evening altitude sails; 20 degrees at 8 pm and 17 degrees at midnight.
Mists at dawn before the return of a generous sun midmorning. By late morning and mid-day, the arrival of a very attenuated forehead generates a cloudy sky. Overcast north of Plouay-Baud with low mist. In the afternoon, the front that drains slowly eastward generates a cloudy sky (without low ceiling) on Lorient and the coastal border with sunny.
Cover more compact cloud over the northern half of the Morbihan. Back beautiful cloudy generalized throughout the Morbihan in the late afternoon. southwest wind, low in the morning, moderate the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 25-30 km/h, 30-40 Groix). Fort Blocked: westerly swell 2m. Min: 14 / 15 degrees; maximum: 21 / 22 degrees (13 / 14 degrees to 22 / 23 degrees inland). Clear in the evening; 17 degrees at 8pm and 13 degrees at midnight.