The flow that is moving south will throw mild air masses from the Azores to the UK and will make for a mixture of days for Lorient over the weekend.
Fog and morning fog moving towards a beautiful sunny morning with rapidly rising temperatures. Sun and generous feelings of mildness by the middle of the day. The afternoon sun, dominant over Lorient and the coast border despite purposes of high altitude sails decorates pretty fair-weather cumulus north of an axis Quéven-Hennebont-Kervignac. Sensations nice sweetness contrasting very fresh after the first half. Wind southeast at dawn low, moderate, mid-day and afternoon gusting 25-30 km/h (35-40 Groix) .Fort-Secure: westerly swell 1m. Low: 8 / 9 degrees; maximum: 19 / 20 degrees; (6 / 7 degrees to 20 / 21 degrees inland). Mostly cloudy and mild in the evening; 17 degrees at 8pm and 15 degrees at midnight.
Veiled at dawn, the sky clouded over considerably more throughout the morning with a few showers in the late morning. Dominant cloudy at midday with relatively high cloud ceiling and some drops of rain. In the afternoon, the front that addresses more clearly the Morbihan generates overcast with intermittent rain at first then becoming more regular and locally thundery in within the department. Southern Wind South is very low in morning low at midday veering southwest in the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 25-35 km/h, 40-45 Groix and the exposed coast). Fort Blocked: west swell of 1.5 and 2 meters. Min: 13 / 14 dregrees; maximum: 18 / 19 degrees (12 / 13 degrees to 18 / 19 degrees inland). Clear in the evening, the sky gradually brightens; 17 degrees at 8pm and 14 degrees at midnight.