Gorge Walking, Gorge Scrambling, Canyoning South Wales, Cardiff, Swansea, Brecon Beacons Conditions Report 20.05.2020 - No rain again for days, this is one of the direst periods I've ever know in 22 years of running activities. The rivers are super low at .18 meters, the waterfalls are running low and the rivers are a trickle at the moment. We are desperate for rain and none for the next few days either. All gorge walking, Canyoning and gorge scrambling activities are manageable but need to make sure full checks on river levels especially plunge pools and bottom deaths.
The government lockdown is still in place so please do not travel to any gorge or Canyon sites at this present moment, this information is purely advisory for the conditions.
Coasteering Cardiff, Swansea, Porthcawl, South Wales predicted weekly report 20.05.2020 - The swell is a lot bigger this week and the wind has changed to the usual West and South Westerly direction. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday the winds will be up to the 30 mph levels so coastal areas with be rough especially inshore. Coasteering will not be accessible most of this week due to the swell and wind directions. Inshore conditions will be rough and access and egress will be difficult. May be better conditions in West Wales in the sheltered harbours.
The government lockdown is still in place so please do not travel to any coasteering sites at this present moment, this information is purely advisory for the conditions.
WIND AND SWELL FORECAST- Wednesday 20th May Wind 13SE- Swell 5 Foot / Thursday 21st May Wind 18W . Swell 6 Foot / Friday 22nd May Wind 130SW . Swell 9 Foot / Saturday 23rd May Wind 30SW . Swell 12 Foot / Sunday 24th Wind 24W . Swell 7 Foot / Monday 25th May Wind 5W . Swell 6 Foot / Tuesday 26th May Wind 8W . Swell 5 Foot / Wednesday 27th May Wind 18NW . Swell 4 Foot . Mainly Southerly and Westerly winds this week with bigger swells. Gale force winds possible on the weekend.
RAINFALL - No rain fall for the next few days again, dry weather for the foreseeable time.
SEA STATE and SWELL - The wind has now returned to its usual West and South Westerly direction and the swell has increased especially on the weekend. The seas will be rougher on the weekend with big swells and high winds. The winds will be dropping at the beginning of next week giving calmer sea inshore conditions.
HIGH TIDE - Wednesday 20th May 6.07pm / 8.66 Meters
SEA TEMPERATURE - 12 DEGREES https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/gcjqmsw80
RIVER LEVEL and TEMPERATURE - 0.18 meters high and 8 Degrees (http://rloi.naturalresources.wales/ViewDetails?station=4121)
EXPECTED RIVER LEVEL OVER NEXT 72 HOURS - 0.18 -meters -.18 meters