Here are the weather forecasts for the weekend in Lorient. The vast disturbance along the channel, continues to generate a lot of moisture in Brittany
The vast disturbance along the channel, continues to generate a lot of moisture in Brittany. The sky will be dominated by grey clouds and rain showers are forecast over the last weekend of January in and around Lorient.
Rain at dawn and in the early morning, the sky is covered quickly in the second half of the morning. At midday, the arrival of the attenuated disturbance generates a grey sky covered with the return of low mist. In the afternoon, the sky remains overcast and grey with continuous drizzle and drizzle in a very autumnal atmosphere.
Wind southwest very low at dawn, low freshening midday moderate the afternoon (force 3-4, gusts 25-35 km/h, 35-45 Groix). Fort Blocked: westerly swell 1-1.5 m. Low: 3 / 4 degrees; maximum: 11 / 12 degrees; (2 / 3 degrees to 11 / 12 degrees inland). Overcast, grey and gentle evening with rare drizzle; 11 degrees at 8pm to midnight.
The powerful anticyclone, positioned Atlantic Centre in Brittany, does not include enough to block the arrival of oceanic moisture. In the morning and midday, the sky remains overcast and gray with fog banks and rare drizzle, more visible on the northern half of the Morbihan.
No change in the afternoon, or the cloud cover remains imposing and opaque generating low mist in a grey autumnal atmosphere with passengers mist under a mercury does not evolve from dawn to sunset.
Wind weak to very weak westerly dominant. Fort Blocked: westerly swell southwest 1-1.5 m. Min: 10 / 11 degrees; maximum: 11 / 12 degrees (9 / 10 degrees to 11 / 12 degrees inland). No evening evolution under a sky that will remain overcast and grey; with temperatures of 11 degrees from 8pm to midnight.