Weather

We teach our customers how to read the weather so that when they go out to explore and have fun, they have the knowledge to be safe while taking adventurous risks in the sea.

Here are some of the online tools which we use to accurately predict the weather and sea-state in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

Windguru – Newgale

We use Windguru’s live table below to check the weather for Newgale Beach in Pembrokeshire. Shows accurate wind detail, cloud coverage and precipitation for the area.

Met Office – Inshore waters forecast and strong winds

The Met Office inshore forecast contains details of forecast wind direction and force, weather, visibility and sea state. Forecasts for UK inshore waters are issued four times a day and cover a period of 24 hours from 0000, 0600, 1200 and 1800 UTC.

Land’s End to St Davids
Strong winds

Strong coastal winds (Strong Breeze force 6 or more) are also displayed for the first 24 hours of the inshore waters forecast.

The coastal waters, up to 12 miles offshore, around the British Isles are divided into 19 areas shown on the map, and we specifically refer to the ‘Lands End to St Davids’ map for our local forecast (map number 9).

Click here to see the Land’s End to St David’s inshore waters forecast.


Link to all inshore waters forecast maps

Met Office 5-day weather forecast – St Davids

The Met office forecast for St Davids, Pembrokeshire below provides a general report for the coming five days. Shows temperature, forecast rainfall and useful weather warnings for the area.


Magic seaweed surf report – Whitesands Bay & Newgale

A detailed long range Newgale Surf forecast, surf report and (where available) surf webcams. This surf forecast will be useful for both Newgale, Whitesands Bay and nearby surf spots in the Pembrokeshire area.




 
The information here is carefully calibrated and checked, please do read the surf forecasting help information first which will give you a good idea how to start interpreting this information.

Met Office – Surface pressure forecast

Our instructors refer to the UK surface pressure forecast to get an overall picture of the weather. This makes for informed predictions on future activity sessions.

Please read the key to pressure chart symbols page which will give you a good idea how to start interpreting this information.