WINDY WEATHER FORECAST TO CONTINUE INTO SATURDAY

It was better to be in the Shore shop than on the foreshore today

It was better to be in the Shore shop on Penarth Esplanade than on the foreshore today

After a combination of a high tide and strong onshore wind this morning – Penarth faces more of the same overnight and through until Saturday with a “yellow wind warning” from 11:00 tomorrow February 3rd through until 03:00 on Saturday Feb 4th.

The Met Office says tonight will start mild and cloudy with outbreaks of rain, before it turns clearer and colder with some blustery showers. It’s going to remain windy , particularly around the coast,

The sea front received a soaking from the sea - but the waves werern't strong enough to hurl any rocks onto the promenade this time

The sea front received a soaking from the sea – but the waves weren’t strong enough to hurl any rocks onto the promenade this time

Gales are expected to affect southern parts of England and Wales tomorrow and Saturday morning with windward coastal areas – like Penarth –  seeing a longer period of 50 to 60 mph gusts with isolated gusts to 70 mph.

Some travel disruption is possible as well as some trees being brought down. Some heavy rain may also bring “surface water issues” to parts of Southwest England and South Wales.

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