Gorge Walking, Gorge Scrambling, Canyoning, Coasteering Outdoor Adventure Activities Report for South Wales, Cardiff, Swansea, Brecon Beacons
Gorge Walking, Gorge Scrambling, Canyoning South Wales, Cardiff, Swansea, Brecon Beacons Conditions Report 18.09.2020 – Gorge Walking, Canyoning, Gorge scrambling are all looking very good for the next few days with low rainfall and the waterfalls still in flow. There is rain due next week so should be good conditions throughout the next few days and into next week.
The government lockdown is now lifting so activities will be allowable but under the government restrictions and guidelines, however there are restrictions for Rhonda Cynon Taff so must keep looking at government legislation before attending any sites in the region.
Coasteering Cardiff, Swansea, Porthcawl, South Wales predicted weekly report 18.09.2020 – The only day at the moment may be Friday with offshore winds and lower swells for coasteering. After Friday the swells and winds will get bigger and affect the coasteering conditions making adverse across the South Wales region.
The government lockdown is now lifting so activities will be allowable but under the government restrictions and guidelines
WIND SWELL FORECAST– Wednesday September Wind / Swell foot / Thursday September Wind W13 / Swell 2 Foot / Friday 18th September Wind E28 – Swell 2 Foot / Saturday 19th September Wind E28 . Swell 4 Foot / Sunday 20th September Wind E22 Swell 3 Foot / Monday 21st September Wind E8 . Swell 2 Foot / Tuesday 22nd September Wind W19 Swell 4 Foot / Wednesday 23rd September Wind SW37 . Swell 4 Foot / Thursday 24th September Wind W34 . Swell 10 Foot / Friday September Wind . Swell Foot / Saturday September Wind n .Swell foot.
RAINFALL – Dry and sunny for the next few days and then rain predicted for Wednesday and Thursday next week SEA STATE and SWELL – Again very mixed conditions this week, for the next few days there will be strong Easterly winds and calmer inshore conditions with rougher offshore. Winds will then change to strong Westerlies and give very rough seas especially Wednesday and Thursday next week.
HIGH TIDE – Friday 18th September 2020 HT 7.55pm / 10.12 meters
SEA TEMPERATURE – 18 DEGREES https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/gcjqmsw80
RIVER LEVEL and TEMPERATURE – 0.25 meters high and 8 Degrees (http://rloi.naturalresources.wales/ViewDetails?station=4121)
EXPECTED RIVER LEVEL OVER NEXT 72 HOURS – 0.25 -meters -.35 meters Easterly winds with calmer inshore seas