WEEKEND WEATHER: The arrival of an active oceanic depression in the Channel will generate an autumn weekend for Lorient.
The weekend promises to be autumn with the return of light rain, wind and cooler temperatures for Lorient and the surrounding area.
Cloudy at dawn, the sky is quickly covered in the morning preceding the arrival of a front generating weak rains, then weak to moderate at midday under a gray and overcast sky.
In the afternoon, the disturbance generates a gray and overcast sky with moderate and continuous rains. More sustained rainfall over the northern half of Morbihan.
Moderate south wind in the morning cooling quite fast in the afternoon (strength 5, 30-40 km / h with gusts 50-60 km/h, 60-70 km/h on Groix and exposed caps).
From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: West swell 1.5 and then 2 m. Min: 7 / 8 degrees; max: 19 / 20 degrees (from 6 / 7 degrees to 19 / 20 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Cloudy and gray skies with light rain becoming scattered; 16 degrees at 8pm and 15 degrees at midnight.
In connection with the passage of a gale in the Channel, overcast and gray in the morning and mid-day with drizzle and drizzle.
The front gradually evacuated in the early afternoon generates a variable cloudy sky with brief breaks and many cumulus layer generating a few showers.
Wind southwest (strength 4, gusting 40-50 km/h, 50-60 on Groix) cooling in the afternoon (strength 5, gusts 55-65 km/h, 65-75 on Groix and caps exposed).
From Kerroc’h to Guidel: west swell 1.5-2 m. Min: 13 / 14 degrees; max: 19 / 20 degrees; (from 12 / 13 degrees to 19 / 20 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Cloudy dominant in the evening; 18 degrees at 8pm, 13 degrees at midnight.