WEEKEND WEATHER: It should still be mild on Saturday in and around Lorient, with fresher temperatures arriving on Sunday
According to the latest forecasts for the weekend, Lorient and the surrounding area should still feel mild on Saturday. On Sunday, it will change though. The arrival of a depression will generate, on Sunday, the return of mass of fresh air from the ocean, in and around Lorient
Veiled sky with cumulus in the morning with a great feeling of sweetness. At midday, sails of altitude, discreet cumulus and great and beautiful sweetness. In the afternoon, the fairly generous sunshine on the coast of northern Morbihan is accompanied by a post-summer sensation (feeling of 25 degrees) preceding the arrival by the ocean of a cloudy front after 5 – 6pm. Wind southerly to south-easterly (gusting strength 4, gusting 40-50 km / h, 50-60 on exposed shoreline) veering south / southwest in the afternoon (force 4-5, gusts 45-55 km/h, 55-65 on the coastal fringe). From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: swell southwest 2.5 to 3 m. Min: 16 / 17 degrees; max: 21 / 22 degrees (from 15 / 16 degrees to 22 / 23 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Sky covering with more regular rains after 10pm; 19 degrees at 8pm and 17 degrees at midnight.
The slowly advancing front generates in the morning a covered sky with regular and sometimes sustained rains. From mid-day, the front is gradually evacuated to the east with the cessation of rains. In the afternoon, the high pressure will generate the gradual return of clearings becoming generous in the second half of the afternoon. Sensation of freshness as soon as the sun sets. Wind northwest in the morning (gusts 30-40 km / h, 40-50 km / h) becoming weaker during the afternoon. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: swell southwest 1.5 to 2 m. Min: 12 / 13 degrees; max: 14 / 15 degrees (from 11 / 12 degrees to 13 / 14 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Clear sky and chilled in the evening; 11 at 8pm, 8 degrees at midnight.