WEATHER FORECAST: Milder weather is being forecast for Lorient and the surrounding area this weekend with no cold temperatures on the horizon
Milder weather is being forecast for Lorient and the surrounding area this weekend with no cold temperatures on the horizon. The vast anticyclone stretching from the Azores to Germany is pushing back the active disturbed flow over Scotland.
The anticyclone, focused on the south of Brittany, generates, by absence of wind, mists and fogs at the dawn preceding, a morning under a cloudy sky and quite gray by the presence of low clouds. Development of some clearings in the middle of the day. In the afternoon, the thinnings that break the misty layer, more timid in some valleys, more generous on the littoral border are accompanied by high altitude sails and cumulus of average altitude. Very gentle wind from north-east in the morning, from north-west to north in the afternoon. Fast formation of low clouds as soon as the sun sets. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: slight west swell <1 m. Min: 2 / 3 degrees; max: 9 / 10 degrees; (from 1 / 2 degrees to 8 / 9 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Mists and fogs in the evening and no wind; 6 degrees at 8pm and 5 degrees at midnight.
Mists and fogs sometimes thick at dawn evolve to a cloudy and overcast sky in the morning with development of a few clearings in the middle of the day. In the afternoon, the foggy cloudy sky makes way, in connection with the transition from an inactive front in the high pressure, to a gray and overcast sky with rare drizzle late afternoon in the north an axis Plouay-Baud. Very gentle wind from northeast in the morning, passing east in the afternoon (weak on Groix). From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: beautiful sea. Min: 4 ° / 5 °; max: 11 / 12 degrees (from 3 / 4 degrees to 11 / 12 degrees Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Overcast, gray and fairly sweet evening; 11 degrees from 8 pm to midnight.