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The Weather in Lorient: Stormy Bursts and Heavy Rain Saturday Night

WEEKEND WEATHER: Disturbed conditions are forecast for Lorient over the weekend

The arrival of an active depression on Brittany will generate very disturbed conditions in and around Lorient over the Weekend.

Saturday

Misty at dawn preceding a very cloudy morning morning before the arrival of a new disturbance. By midday, the front generates rains first weak. In the afternoon, continuous and moderate rains become quite abundant at the end of the afternoon. Wind southwest (force 3, gusts 30-40 km/h, 40-50 over Groix and exposed coastline) then south / southwest (force 4, gusts 60-70 km/h) after 5 pm. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: West swell 2.5 then 3.5 m. Min: 5 / 6 degrees; max: 11 / 12 degrees; (from 4  / 5 degrees to 10 / 11 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). In the evening, the arrival of the depression in net digging will generate abundant and continuous rains. Wind force 6-7 (45-55 km/h of medium winds) with stormy gusts 90-105 km / h (110-120 on Groix and exposed caps). Winds weakening after 1 am


Sunday

Unstable sky in the morning with rare thunderstorms and many cumulus generating showers. At midday, the clearings, more visible, compose with cumulus generating some showers. In the afternoon, the arrival of a new unstable front by the Channel generates an alternation of brightened briefs, a little more visible on the coast and imposing cumulus generating sometimes sustained showers sometimes associated with thunderstorms. Strong southerly wind strong enough to prevail west (force 6, 40-50 km/h average winds) with gusts 65-75 km/h, 75-85 on Groix and exposed coastline). From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: west swell 4 m. Min: 6 / 7 degrees; max: 9 / 10 degrees (from 5 / 6 degrees to 8 / 9 degrees north of Gestel-Lanester-Kervignac). Variable sky in the evening; weakening northwesterly wind (strength 4, gusts 50-60 km / h, 75 on Groix); 7 degrees at  8pm and 6 degrees at midnight.

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