FORECAST: The anticyclone, which reinforces in the Bay of Biscay in France, repels rain to Ireland, leaving Lorient and the surrounding area, bright and sunny …
Mists at dawn moving towards a bright morning with fine altitude sails, cloudy, cumulus clouds on the sea front. In the late morning and mid-day, the clouds, on the coastal edge up with cumulus developing north of Plœmeur-Lanester. In the afternoon, the sun, generous Lorient and beaches, despite the purpose of high altitude sails, alternates with good weather cumulus north of Quéven-Hennebont Kervignac-axis. Weak wind from northwest in the morning, from west to mid-day freshening in the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 20-25 km/h, 30-35 Groix). Blocked Fort: westerly swell 1.3-1.5 m. Min: 10 / 11 degrees; maximum: 19 / 20 degrees; (9 / 10 degrees to 19 / 20 degrees inland). Sails altitude cumulus clouds and evening freshness; weak west wind. 17 degrees at 8pm and 14 degrees at midnight.
The few active front, which addresses the UK and the Channel coast, generates a cloudy sky overcast in the morning and midday with, on one side a few clouds on the coastal edge and on the other, some rain on the northern half of the Morbihan. By early afternoon, the sky gradually cleared on the coastal edge by reinforcing the high, while the northern half of the department remains under a cloudy sky. Sunny becoming generalized to the entire Morbihan before the end of the afternoon. Wind south very low in the morning with westerly breeze effect afternoon on the coastal edge. Fort Blocked: swell from west 1.5m. Min: 11 / 12 degrees; maximum: 20 / 21 degrees (10 / 11 degrees to 20 / 21 degrees inland). Clear in the evening; 19 degrees at 8pm and 16 degress at midnight.