WEEKEND WEATHER: The cold grows stronger during the weekend in and around Lorient this weekend …
Between the Icelandic and Scandinavian anticyclone depression, the cold air will start to make its way across Brittany, making a chilly weekend in and around Lorient.
Unstable at dawn clouds, cumulus and rain on the coastal edge and bright morning with cloudy, cumulus.
Variable cloudiness at midday clouds and cumulus clouds, they became more imposing north of Plœmeur-Lanester. In the afternoon, the instability that comes down Ireland generates an alternating light, more generous on Lorient and the coast, and cumulus more north one-Quéven Caudan Kervignac-axis generating some fresh rain.
northwest winds (force 3-4) gusting 35-45 km/h (50-60 Groix) weakening the afternoon (3 strength, gusting 20-30 km/h, 35-45 Groix) . Fort Blocked: swell from west 1.5m. Low: 4 / 5 degrtees; max: 9 / 10 degrees; (3 / 4 degrees to 8 / 9 degrees inland). Clear and very fresh in the evening; 5 degrees at 8pm and 3 degrees at midnight.
Mists at dawn moving towards a bright morning with cloudy sky before a variable noon with more developed and cumulus clouds.
In the afternoon, the rain, more generous on Lorient and the coastal border despite high altitude sails up with more developed and more compact cumulus north of Plœmeur-Lanester Kervignac-axis by generating light showers.
Wind northwest dominant low (moderate morning Groix). Fort Blocked: swell from west 1.5m. Low: 2 / 3 degrees; max: 9 / 10 degrees (1 / 2 degrees to 8 / 9 degrees inland). Cloudy and very cool in the evening, 6 degrees at 8pm and 5 degrees at midnight.