Scuba Diving Cardiff, Swansea 20th February 2020

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Scuba Diving Conditions Report for South Wales, Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Llanelli , Carmarthen regions
ACTIVITIES – Scuba Diving, Sub Aqua, Scuba, Free Diving, Snorkelling
LOCAL AREA – South Wales, Cardiff CF105BZ , Porthcawl CF365DH , Swansea SA20AY , Bridgend CF311BB , Southerndown CF320RN , Newport NP202UW ,Ogmore by Sea CF320PH , Llantwit Major , Oxwich Bay SA31LS , Aberavon SA12 6QP , Stackpole Quay SA715DZ , Llanelli SA154SG .
SITE LOCATION – Sker Beach, Limeslade Bay, langland Bay, Oxwich Bay, Stackpole Quay

WEATHER – The weather has been extremely volatile over the last few weeks, storm Ciara and Storm Dennis have caused havoc in the local area and across the UK. Floods have been occurring all over the country especially in local towns such as Pontypridd, Nantgarw and Taffs Wells with the Rivers Taff and Ely breaking their banks on a daily basis. The weather ahead is also volatile but not as severe but the land is saturated so any rain fall will be damaging. Rain is predicted Thursday, saturday, Sunday, Monday and Wednesday this week with the heaviest predicted on Thursday. The other factor this week is the wind again generally 40 mph winds from the West continuously this week. Stormy weather again so plan ahead. http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2648385?day=2) (https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/gcjqmsw80


WIND –  Very strong winds again this week predominantly from the South West and West. Average speed will be 30 mph and getting up to excess of 45 mph Westerly and South Westerly through out the next few days and into next week. The wind is due to be the strongest next Monday with up to 47 mph so extreme caution is required especially after storms
SEA STATE and SWELL –  Again very rough sea’s across the whole of South Wales with gale force Westerly and South Westerly winds. Big swells and surf forcaste for the region and strong Rip currents and lateral currents through the channel.
https://magicseaweed.com/Porthcawl-Rest-Bay-Surf-Report/1449/
SWELL and SURF FORECAST Thursday 02 February 2020 11ft/ Friday 21 February 2020 11ft / Saturday 22 February 2020 11ft /Sunday 23 February 2020 8ft/ Monday 24 February 2020 10ft / Tuesday 25 February 2020 10ft /Wednesday 26 February 2020 10ft / Thursday 27 February 2020 ft
HIGH TIDE – Thursday 20th February – 4.33pm / 8.22 meters WATER TEMPERATURE – 9 DEGREES

Scuba Diving Wales, South Wales, Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Carmarthenshire 20th February 2020 – Scuba Diving this week has again been affected by the adverse wind and weather conditions. High winds, big swells, choppy seas, stormy conditions and overall severe weather means that scuba diving in the South Wales region will be unsuitable definitely for the next few days at least. The visibility will also be down to very low and the water temperature is also at its lowest. Stay out of the sea for the next few days and head off to the inland sites for the better Scuba diving next to Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and the surrounding areas.

PADI and SSI Open Water Diver courses in Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and South Wales – PADI Cardiff scuba diving courses are offered through out the year what ever the weather and the same for the SSI scuba diving courses. From complete beginner to experience and Instructional levels. The PADi Open Water Diver course and the PADI Open Water Diver Course are the two main international licences and allow a qualified diver to dive anywhere in the world up to 18 meters. Our full programme is listed on our web site.


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