The Weekend weather for Lorient and the surrounding area will contain a bit of everything, thunderstorms, clouds, showers and sunshine according to the latest forecasts
The Weekend weather for Lorient and the surrounding area will contain a bit of everything, thunderstorms, clouds, showers and sunshine according to the latest forecasts, with the the low pressures continue to generate an unstable and unheated flow on Brittany.
Saturday 8th June, 2019
Unstable in the morning with clearings and cumulus generating sometimes stormy showers, first on the coast and then gaining the whole of Morbihan. Cloudy, cumulus and some showers in the middle of the day.
In the afternoon, the high pressure of the south of France allows the return of more beautiful clearings on the coast alternating with cumulus generating showers north of a line Quéven-Lanester-Kervignac. After 5 pm, the clearings give way to the arrival of high-altitude sails by the ocean.
Moderate southwest wind (strength 3-4, gusts 25-35 km/h, 35-45 on the coast), weak in the afternoon on the mainland and moderate on the coast. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: west swell 1.5 m. Min: 9 / 10 degrees; max: 17 / 18 degrees. Cloudy in the evening with some showers after midnight; Temperatures for the evening should be around 15 degrees at 8pm and 11 degrees at midnight.
Sunday 9th June 2019
Cloudy to very cloudy in the morning with thunderstorms and cumulus generating some showers on the littoral border and preceding a variable sky at midday with clearings and cumulus, more imposing north of Lanester.
In the afternoon, the instability that remains north of an axis Quéven-Caudan-Kervignac, with some showers, composed with thunderstorms, more beautiful on Lorient and the littoral border. Generalised thunderstorms late in the afternoon.
WIND WIND BECOMING IN THE MORNING AND MIDNIGHT, MODERATE IN THE AFTERNOON. From Kerroc’h to Guidel-Plages: the beautiful sea. Temperatures are forecast to be a Min: 8 / 9 degrees and a maximum of 17/ 18 degrees. Clear skies in the evening with temperatures of 15 degrees at 8pm and 10 degrees at midnight.
If the fresh air masses continue to slide from Greenland to Coruna, via Brittany, warm air rises, by reverse flow, from Africa to Scandinavia via Germany. If the maxi remained, Thursday, blocked at 13 / 15 degrees on Ireland and 16 to 18 degrees on the west of Brittany, it is summer more to the east with maximum temperatures exceeding 25 degrees on the Sweden and Finland. Murmansk, the Russian of the great north knew a maximum of 19.9 degrees, two degrees more than the south Morbihan