WEATHER: An unstable weather front on Saturday in Lorient, will spoil the weekend with sunday not being much better …
At dawn, the instability that comes from the ocean will generate in the morning and mid-day alternating short cloudy, many cumulus and sometimes supported and thunderstorms. Little change in the afternoon under a sky remains unstable with brief rain, towering cumulus clouds and showers, locally thundery. southwest wind then west (force 5-6) with strong gusts (65-75 km/h, 80-90 to 100 km/h locally on Groix and the exposed coast). Fort Blocked: westerly swell 3.5-4.5 m. Min: 11 / 12 degrees; maximum: 14 / 15 degrees; (10 / 11 degrees to 14 / 15 degrees inland). Coastal showers in the evening, temperatures variable; 12 degrees at 8pm, 10 degrees at midnight; gusty westerly 40-50 km/h, 70 km/h Groix.
Variable at dawn, the sky becomes unstable in the morning and midday clouds, cumulus clouds and some showers developed. In the afternoon, the thrust of the anticyclone will generate the return of a variable sky clouds, more generous on Lorient and the coastal border and cumulus more and towering north of Quéven-Hennebont Kervignac-axis . northwest wind then west (force 4 gusting 30-40 km / h, 50-60 Groix). Fort Blocked: westerly swell 3.5 and 2.5 m. Low: 7 / 8 degrees; maximum: 15 / 16 degrees (6 / 7 degrees to 14 / 15 degrees inland). Clear veiling the approach of a new front; 13 degrees at 8pm and 9 degrees at midnight.