WEEKEND WEATHER: The vast anticyclone from the Azores to Scandinavia blocks the rains in northwestern Ireland which should provide a beautiful warm weekend for Lorient and the surrounding area.
With the vast anticyclone from the Azores to Scandinavia blocking the rains in northwestern Ireland, the weekend forecast should provide a beautiful warm weekend for Lorient and the surrounding area according to the latest forecasts.
Beautiful morning with a clear sky with rapid rise of mercury. Great sun and beautiful sensations of great sweetness at midday. In the afternoon, the omnipresent sun on Lorient and Guidel-Plages on the peninsula of Gâvres, but also north of a line Quéven-Caudan-Kervignac is accompanied by a nice sea breeze on the littoral border .
Very weak wind from east to morning with effect of west breeze on the seaside. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: beautiful sea. Min: 7 / 8 degrees; max: 20 / 21 degrees; (from 6 / 7 degrees to 21 / 22 degrees inland in the countryside). Clear sky in the evening before a beautiful starry night; from 20 degrees at 8pm and 14 degrees at midnight.
Superb morning under a clear sky with rapid rise of mercury. Feeling almost summery at midday under a bright sun. In the afternoon, the sun, omnipresent on Lorient and the whole of the littoral border, becomes late-afternoon, discrete cumulus clouds (sometimes budding) north of an axis Quéven-Caudan-Kervignac .
Wind very weak to weak from east to north-east with effect of breeze from west to northwest on the littoral border. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: beautiful sea. Min: 8 / 9 degrees; max: 20 / 21 degrees (from 7 / 8 degrees to 22 / 23 degrees inland in the country). Clear sky in the evening; 20 degrees at 8pm and 16 degrees at midnight.