WEEKEND WEATHER: Changeable weekend for Lorient, with a lovely sunny Saturday, but colder on Sunday
The anticyclone focused from Scandinavia to Brittany will generate a descent of cold air altitude across Lorient.
Saturday 13th April, 2019
Rare mists and feeling of cold at dawn moving towards a sunny morning and mid-day despite fine sails of altitude. In the afternoon, the anticyclone continues to protect Brittany by generating a generous sun on Lorient and the coastline with high altitude sails.
North of a Quéven-Hennebont-Kervignac axis, the generous sun composes with pretty cumulus of good weather. Moderate to wind in the morning in the morning, becoming east in the afternoon.
From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: beautiful sea. Min: 2 / 3 degrees; max: 13 / 14 degrees. Feels from -1 degrees at dawn to + 10 degrees in the afternoon in the shade and wind. Veiled and cool in the evening; 11 degrees at 8pm, 7 degrees at midnight.
Sunday 14th April, 2019
The ocean front that approaches Brittany is blocked by the anticyclone. Overcast at dawn with some rain (mixed with flakes north of Plouay) preceding weaker rains more regularly in the morning and mid-day with winter sensation. In the afternoon, the disturbance stagnated on the western Brittany with a cloudy sky and fairly regular rains, weak to moderate in a cold atmosphere for mid-April.
Wind east southeast moderate on the continent (gusts 25-35 km/h), more sustained Groix and the coastline (gusts 35-45 km/h) accentuating the sensation of cold with a feeling of swing -1 ° at dawn + 4 ° in the afternoon.
From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: swell from west to southwest 1 / 1,5m. Min: 3 / 4 degrees; max: 8 / 9 degrees. Overcast in the evening; southerly southerly wind (gusts 35-45 km/h); 7 degrees at 8pm and 5 degrees at midnight (feeling of 3 / 4 degrees).