Here are the forecasts for Lorient this weekend. A little rain this Saturday 21st July, return of the sun Sunday.
The anticyclone retreats to the Azores, generating the return to Lorient this weekend of an oceanic flow.
Arrival of an Atlantic disturbance generating moderate rains, sometimes stormy, until mid-morning. In the late morning and mid-day, the front that drains to the southeast precedes the return of a variable sky with clearings and cumulus, sometimes impressive.
In the afternoon, the clearings, more generous on Lorient and the littoral border, compose with cumulus, more numerous and developed north of a line Quéven-Lanester-Kervignac, generating showers sometimes associated with thunderstorms.
Moderate southwest wind (strength 3, gusts 25-35 km/h, 35-45 on Groix) vew west to moderate in the afternoon. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: west swell 1 m. Min: 14 / 15 degrees; max: 22 / 23 degrees; (from 13 / 14 degrees to 23 / 24 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Cumulus dissipating and back in the evening; 21 degrees at 8pm and 18 degrees at midnight.
Mists at dawn, before a sunny morning, then a variable mid-day with bright spells and cumulus clouds.
In the afternoon, the clearings, generous on Lorient and the whole of the littoral border under a beautiful oceanic sweetness, alternate with cumulus, developed and sometimes imposing north of a line Quéven-Lanester-Kervignac, by generating rare showers late afternoon.
Weak north wind with moderate western breeze effect in the afternoon (gusts 25-30 km / h, 30-35 on Groix). From Kerroc’h to Guidel: west swell <1 m. Min: 14 / 15 degrees; max: 23 / 24 degrees; (from 13 / 14 degrees to 24 / 25 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Return of a clear sky in the evening; 22 degrees at 8pm and 17 degrees at midnight. Weak northeast wind.