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Regular Updates On The Weather, The Beach, What's On, What's Happened & Other Stuff That Might Be Useful.
This page is an additional one to our daily weather forecast and news pages and is expected to run from May to August.
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Daily Reports For June 2018 below... For the May 2018 Reports - click here

 

Abersoch Report Update: 20/06/2018: 10.50am

Improving Weather...

Looks Like It Is Going To Get Hot Next Week...

The charts are churning out some genuinely hot scenarios for next week, so for a change, some of those main stream media stories regarding an upcoming heatwave are potentially correct. In the meantime, we still have Atlantic weather this morning, after a similar story yesterday, so the change back to high pressure dominated weather over the coming days is eagerly anticipated.

 

Pen Llyn Ultra Weekend...

The Pen Llyn Ultra Marathons take place this weekend, with 145 competitors taking part in the 3 distances with new 50 mile and 100 mile formats for this year, in addition to the classic 75 mile race, that is now in its 3rd year. More on this over the next couple of days.

 

Road Surfacing On Lon Engan...

This continued last night and looks to be complete.

 

Sun Inn Entertainment...

The Sun Inn in Llanengan have the following events coming up... tonight a charity quiz from 8.30pm, then tomorrow from 7.30pm there is Irish folk music.

On Wednesday 27th there is a bingo night from 8pm.

Tom Macaulay will be back in the Sun with his guitar on Friday 6th July from 9pm.

 

Next Update: later today or tomorrow (Thurs).

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Re-surfacing late yesterday eve.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 18/06/2018: 4.20pm

Atlantic Weather Weather Continues...

Cloud & Drizzle This Afternoon...

Thee is not too much to report on today apart from the weather has continued to be a bit dreary, after some brighter periods this morning. We are looking forward to a potential weather pattern change later in the week.

 

Abersoch Report Update: 17/06/2018: 2.50pm

A Day Of Atlantic Weather...

Cloud, Wind & Showery Drizzle...

We have had little to complain about in terms of weather over the last few weeks, but today is a bit of a dreary, Atlantic dominated day with cloud, wind and drizzle. These changeable conditions look like lasting until midweek, before high pressure potentially returns later in the week.

 

Parking Cameras Removed From Porth Ceiriad Car Park...

The vehicle registration parking cameras have disappeared from the Pant car park at Porth Ceiriad. We have no information on whether this is a temporary or permanent move. These camera systems often allow the landowner to keep the parking revenue, with the parking camera company making its money from issuing fines for minor parking infringements and by then relentlessly pursuing individuals (with the help of the DVLA). The media is full of stories of the stress and misery that these sorts of systems cause the public and in our opinion (and many others), it is a continued source of sadness for the village of Abersoch that one of these parking companies is allowed to operate on the Lon Golff car park. Remember - DO NOT throw your parking ticket away if you have visited this car park - keep it for a couple of months.

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Sheltered water at Penrhyn Du.

Some swell in the Sound today.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 16/06/2018: 5.15pm

A Brighter Afternoon After The Rain...

Turned Out Nice... Eventually...

The cloud and showers of the morning and early afternoon have cleared away and we have some afternoon sunshine here in Abersoch, along with a brisk wind. This afternoon is a classic example of how we can see really pleasant periods despite the return of Atlantic dominated weather and the scene this afternoon has been captured by the lens of John Wormald of www.totallyabersoch.co.uk.

 

Next Update: Sunday 17th June.

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Abersoch Report Update: 16/06/2018: 11.55am

Cloudy & Damp Start To The Weekend...

Better Weather In The Outlook...

It is all a bit cloudy, windy and damp here in Abersoch this morning, with the changeable conditions expected to continue through the weekend. The good news is that there are growing signs of another warm spell arriving during next week, which was discussed over on the weather page this morning.

 

Mickeys' Event Raises £1000 For Local RNLI Stations...

Cheques have been presented to the Abersoch and Pwllheli RNLI stations, totalling £10,000 after the recent fundraising event at Mickey's Boatyard Cafe. All entry money for the event went to these stations as well as the money raised from the auction of a jet ski that was generously donated by Ideal Boats of Pwllheli. Well done all!

 

Manana Live Music This Friday...

Live music from Manana's in house band this Friday evening. The restaurant and bar will be operating as normal and all are welcome to go and join in the fun.


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Live music At Manana on Fri

Fundraising cheques presented at Mickeys

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 15/06/2018: 9.40am

Cloudy Start In Abersoch...

Changeable Spell Not Too Bad So Far...

Abersoch saw plenty of sunshine yesterday, though the breeze continued to blow from the southwest, however, overall it was another fine day. Today has started cloudy but dry, with some sunnier intervals expected, so since the switch in weather patterns this week, we have not done too badly during the daytime periods, with the worst of the weather overnight. The weekend does look very changeable, according to our latest update over on the weather page.

 

St. David's Hospice Llyn Three Day Challenge...

The Hospice is holding a brand new three day sponsored walking challenge on Thursday 5th, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th July 2018.
Registration for one day only – £15 Registration for all three days (see link below)
This event is not for the feint hearted as each walking day is expected to be approximately 8 hours on tough terrain. For this reason, training is advised.
The route follows the picturesque Welsh Coastal Path with panoramic views of the Llyn Peninsula and beyond. All funds raised will support local St David’s Hospice projects. Participants are expected to be able to walk a mile within 30 minutes for this challenge.
Car parking will be located at the start of each daily route and bus transport will be provided back to the start of each daily route upon completion.

More info and online entry at www.stdavidshospice.org.uk

 

Next Update: Later today or tomorrow.


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Abersoch Report Update: 14/06/2018: 12.05pm

Improvement After The Overnight Gale...

Bright & Breezy This Morning...

The overnight gales and rain eased this morning and there was a strong offshore wind in the bay when we took the photos below between 9 and 10am. Cloud has been coming and going since, but it is still not feeling too bad, despite the strength of the breeze and the arrival of a genrally much more changeable weather pattern. The evidence of the spell of continental and warm weather, with not a great deal of rain, can be seen down on the golf course where the links fairways have that parched look about them, a classic indicator that there has been an Abersoch warm and dry period.

 

Village Roadworks...

Roadworks in the village have been causing some diversions and disruptions this week, with some work carried out overnight. The work is related to the resurfacing of the roads through the village. Phase one started on the 11th June and was expected to take 4 days, with phase two due to commence on the 18th June, which will potentially last 3 days and will see the final layer being applied to the road surfaces.

 

Peak Week Self Catering Availability...

This week we have been adding some dates for properties that have peak week vacancies in July and August and these can be found in the late availability section - by clicking here.

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Strong offshore wind this morning.

Parched links on the golf course.

Parched links.

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 13/06/2018: 12.15pm

Abersoch Regatta TimeTable / Fine This Morning...

Fine, But A Change Coming Later...

The morning started fine here in Abersoch, however, there are signs of a change as the wind has backed towards the southwest and cloud is increasing and we are expecting gales and rain tonight!

 

Abersoch Regatta Timetable Announced...

The timetable for the village run, 2018 Abersoch Regatta events has been released and is available by clicking on the links below. The Abersoch Regatta is an annual series of events run by "the Abersoch village community" each August for local people and of course for all the visitors to the area and is one of the only community run regatta type events in the UK. The events are designed to be fun for families and people of all ages and include the famous raft race, a golf competition, sand castle building, crab catching, surf and paddleboarding comps and the famous sailing regatta day at SCYC, where the first Abersoch regatta was held back in 1881! Each year, the various events in the village raise money for local good causes.

For more info - see www.abersochregatta.co.uk

 

Next Update: Later today or tomorrow.


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2018 Regatta timetable.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 12/06/2018: 2.25pm

Really Fine Again...

Bit Of A Northerly - But Warm...

It is another lovely day here in Abersoch with plenty of blue sky and strong June sunshine. There is a northerly breeze again, though it is less strong that yesterday and it is certainly not stopping it from feeling rather warm. The view from the main beach this afternoon can be seen in the photo - a quiet beach this week, for those lucky enough to enjoy it.

The special spell of weather continues.

 

Next Update: Wednesday


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The main beach this afternoon.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 11/06/2018: 2.45pm

Nice Today - But Windy...

Return Of The Winds...

A wind from a northerly wind has arrived overnight here in Abersoch and it has been gusting to strong during the day, so despite the mostly blue skies, it is being a bit of a nuisance, however, it still feels pleasantly warm, just not the scorching temperatures of recent days. Strong winds will feature in the weather outlook from time to time in the next week.

 

News From The SCYC Cove From New Caterers Owen & Dave...
"It gives us great pleasure to introduce ourselves to you all as new caterers at The Cove. We have arrived on site this morning and would like to give you all a little insight into our plans for our opening week.
We will be spending the next couple of days making some changes to the restaurant layout and getting familiar with our new set of hobs. We are open from 12 o clock this Friday when we will be launching the new Cove lunch menu and Friday evening will see the launch of a new evening menu. Both menus will be available through www.thecoveabersoch.co.uk from mid week and for all bookings or other enquiries please reach us on 07935 016391 or via email on info@thecoveabersoch.co.uk.
Saturday and Sunday will see us starting for breakfast from 8.00, however on Saturday we will be winding down lunch by 2 to fire up the BBQ on the top deck for 2.30. Hopefully the sun will keep its hat on as we enjoy some live entertainment from the talented Tom & Annabelle starting at 4 through to 6, where we will wind down the BBQ and go into an evening service. This will be a great chance to meet you all and for you to have a look at the changes inside the cove.
Our plans for the summer are to open 7 days a week from 8.00 for breakfast. We will be making the most of any sunny days on the top deck with BBQs and finally getting our hands on the infamous mighty paella dish. On days like these we will be making announcements by email and over social media so please follow us on Facebook and Instagram to make sure you are updated.
We are extremely excited for what the summer has in store and to be getting to know all of you at SCYC, and we hope to see you all on the weekend.
Best wishes
Owen and Dave
The Cove Abersoch."

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 10/06/2018: 4.55pm

Stunning Weather Again - Almost Too Warm At Times Today...

Beach Weather Again...

The question was raised today as to whether it was actually too warm! Incredible as it might sound, but it has been really quite hot today with once again the lack of any noticeable breeze combining with strong sunshine, which results in local temperatures soaring. We have seen a few of these sweltering days in the last month, and in terms of the general level of warmth, this has really been a special period. With every winner though there are always losers, so spare a thought for those on parts of the east coast of Britain, who have seen the opposite over the last few weeks, with plenty of chilly and overcast weather! The weather is set to change during the second half of this week, as discussed over on the weather page.

 

Trip Along The North Coast...

The photo below is from a trip made today from the Ty Coch to the car park between Nant Gwytheyrn and Llithfaen. The Sea at Porth y Nant, below the old quarries, looked more like the Med today!

 

Well Done Rosie & Bex Set...

Well done to Rosie & Bex for completing their long and arduous challenge yesterday - a wonderful achievement and it is not too late to support their charity efforts - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rosie-decker.


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View towards Porth y Nant beach today.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 09/06/2018: 5.30pm

Really Warm This Afternoon...

Sultry Weather...

Only a very brief update... the weather has been pretty wonderful again this afternoon, as the sun came out and it turned really warm, with that sultry, continental feel once again, with breezes staying light and variable. The sky has almost completely clearerd as this is being typed, for a really lovely end to the day. For those interested in the Sea to Summitters - they reached the top of Cadair Idris and are now on the long, homeward bike stretch and expect to arrive in Zinc later this evening (between 9pm and 10pm.

 

Next Update - Sunday 10th June.


 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 09/06/2018: 8.35am

Quiet Start To The Day's Weather...

Rosie & Bex Set Off In Perfect Conditions...

It was a lovey, quiet start to the day down on the main beach and conditions on the bay were perfect at 6am for Rosie and Bex's paddleboarding section of their Sea To Summit Challenge, which we described in yesterday's update. You can support this challenge here - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rosie-decker.

 

Next Update - later today.


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Rosie & Bex about to set off.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 08/06/2018: 4.50pm

Cloudy, Bright Spells, Warm...

Showers Not Too Far Away...

It has been a mostly cloudy day here in Abersoch with some spells of hazy sunshine, which have made it feel quite warm and humid at times, especially when the breeze drops out, which it has done from time to time. The latest radar images do show those showers to the south of the area coming a little closer to the area. We were expecting this shower activity to fizzle out before it moved north up towards Pen Llyn as the front associated with it is a decaying one, however, there is a chance now of a few spits or spots in the air at some stage in the next few hours.


 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 08/06/2018: 11.40am

Mostly Fine Today / Plenty Going On...

Not Quite As Good Today...

It has not been quite as nice a start to the day in comparison to the sensational weather of yesterday, but it is still pleasant enough with hazy sunshine coming and going. Showers continue to affect South Wales and there are one or two near Anglesey, however we are still expecting a dry day here in Abersoch.

 

Rosie's Sea To Summit Challenge...

7 years ago, Rosie's son Joshua Decker was born asleep the day before he was due and this year Rosie decided to do something in memory of him and also to raise money for those affected by still births, by taking on an awesome challenge. Along with her friend Bex (who you might know as Abersoch's physio) they are going to attempt to paddle board from Abersoch for 2-3 miles, then road bike 55 miles to the foot of Cadair Idris, hike to the mountain's summit and back, then road bike the 58 miles home!!!

In Rosie's words "If we can do that, raise a little money, raise a little awareness, then for me something wonderful will have come from his memory. Thanks to the work of Sands there is support for bereaved parents, midwifes and research into preventative care. In Josh's memory I want to contribute to the work that they do. To help research reduce deaths but when nature decides otherwise I want every parent to have the help and support they need; to have their child's hand and footprints; to know they are not alone. All monies raised will be split 50/50 between Sands Nationally and Sands Gwynedd, who are local to me. They support the midwifery unit at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor Hospital where Josh was born as well as the Welsh Air Ambulance."

You can support this challnege here - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rosie-decker

 

Bryn Cethin Bach...

News from Bryn Cethin Bach Caravan & Chalet Park... "We are having an open weekend starting this Saturday morning at 10am! Our cottage and farmhouse have recently been refurbished and we can't wait for people to see them! Whether you are a resident with lots of visitors that need more space, or a non resident looking for new holiday let options, this weekend is a great opportunity to see what we have to offer and come and walk round our beautiful park and lakes."

The open days are on Saturday (9th) and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. More info Bryn Cethin Bach can be found at:
www.bryncethinbach.co.uk

 

Glasfryn Welsh Open Wakeboard Competition...

News from Glasfryn Wakeboard Park - "Not long to go now...register to enter the Glasfryn Welsh Open Wakeboard Competition in July 7th & 8th. A £3k of prize pot up for grabs!
http://myzone.cablewakeboard.net/en/116/?sub=6&comp=1667

Register your details on the cablewakeboard site 1st, and it will take you through to the registration page."

 

White House "Hotel" Update...

Further confirmation overnight that the owners of the site have no update on the status of the project.


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Views at Bryn Cethin Bach

Rosie's challenge.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 07/06/2018: 7.35pm

A Very Warm & Sunny Day - You Could Call It A Spectacular Day...

Memorable Weather...

The sun has shone strongly all day here on Pen Llyn, with very warm temperatures enhanced by the lack of breeze, which dropped out this morning and then did not return until the second half of the afternoon, when a northerly sea breeze arrived. We were a bit further afield at times today, on a trip from Aberdaron up the Coastal Path to the Ty Coch, training for the Pen Llyn Ultra. It was all a bit hot for enjoyable running, however, the scenery on the route was something special and below are a few views from the day. The trip ended up at the Ty Coch in Porth Dinllaen, which appeared busy, as did that part of the beach, however the footpath from the Lifeboat Station to the Ty Coch has been temporarily closed due to a landslide, so if coming from that side, you just need to go back onto the headland and drop down to the pub from there.

 

Back in Abersoch, the main beach was feeling hot today, with red hot soft sand and not much breeze until later. The memorable weather continues...

 

Repost - The Llyn Coastal Bus...

Today's trip was rounded off by taking the wonderful Llyn Coastal Bus. This community bus service runs through the summer months around Llyn and enables people to enjoy the Coastal Path, in the knowledge that they can always get back to where they started from. Today, we took the bus to Aberdaron this morning and then came back from Morfa Nefyn this afternoon - at a cost of only £2 each way. For more info on the timetable - visit www.bwsarfordirllyn.co.uk


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Bardsey on way to Uwch Mynydd.

View back towards Porth Oer.

Can't remember what this beauty is called.

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Other sire of Uwchmynydd.

Porth Ysgaden.

Looking towards Porth Dinllaen.

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Porth Dinllaen & the Ty Coch.

Main beach this pm.

 

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 07/06/2018: 8.20am

Blue Skies To Start Thursday...

An Amazing Start To The Day...

We have seen plenty of mornings like this over recent weeks - as it is another morning with blue skies and warm sunshine. There is an northeasterly breeze, as discussed over on the weather page, but it is still pleanantly warm. Hopefully we will have some photos from a trip over to the quieter side of Pen Llyn today... more on this later. In the meantime, the sun is strong and it is looking like another great day for those heading to the beach.

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 06/06/2018: 5.55pm

A Beautiful Afternoon...

Like The Canary Islands On Porth Neigwl Beach...

The sun shone brightly this afternoon and it was like the Canary Islands again at Hell's Mouth with a warm feeling, cross to cross-offshore breeze and a bit of surf too on the dropping tide. The mostly, really rather amazing spell of weather continues!

 

Venetia Restaurant with Rooms - Staff Vacancies
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Jayne is looking for staff to join the friendly front of house team at Venetia.
Evening waiting on & morning housekeeping available.
Seasonal & all year round.
Call 01758 713354 for more info and a chat or e mail jayne.edge1@gmail.com

 

Next Update: Thursday 7th June.


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Cilan end of Neigwl at 1pm.

Sparkling waves at Porth Neigwl this pm.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 06/06/2018: 11.50am

Looking Good Today...

A Fine Afternoon Expected...

It has been a pleasant morning here on Pen Llyn, with hazy sunshine at times, so not strong sunshine, as there is still a bit of cloud, however, there should be some warm sunshine at times this afternoon. The day started wind-less and glassy in the bay and the dolphins were seen again quite close to the beach, with a couple of paddleboarders getting a truly memorable encounter with them!

 

Police Appeal For Info On Recent Break-Ins...

The bank holiday weekend saw a spate of break-ins, with the beach cafe and Zinc targeted in Abersoch and also the Aqua Bar in Llanbedrog, that saw damage inside too. The police have issued an appeal for information, particularly regarding the Zinc break in, which saw an amount of cash stolen. The details of the appeal can be seen at: https://www.north-wales.police.uk/news-and-appeals/break-in-at-the-zinc-bar-and-grill-abersoch

 

The Cove BBQ Launch

The Cove restaurant at SCYC is a spectacular location to dine out and is under new management this season. A BBQ launch is being held on the 16th June, where you can see what the new chefs have prepared for this year. There will be live music from the talented Tom and Annabelle. Details to follow.


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Cove Launch on the 16th.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 05/06/2018: 5.25pm

Sunshine Arrives...

It Took Its Time, But It Has Returned...

The sunshine finally arrived this afternoon, of the hazy variety, as there is still some high cloud, however, it has turned really rather pleasant and warm again.


 

Abersoch Report Update: 05/06/2018: 12.15pm

Cooler & Cloudy Morning...

More Cloud Than Expected...

There is more cloud than expected this morning and it is proving a little reluctant to clear away, however, we are still optimistic that something sunnier wil larrive this afternoon. The breeze has been up and down too, not as noticeable as first thing this morning, but is still bringing a cooler and fresher feel. It all feels a little disappointing after the last couple of days!


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Plenty of cloud this morning.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 04/06/2018: 5.15pm

Warm Afternoon...

One Or Two Shower Clouds Bubbling Up...

The warm and mostly sunny weather continued this afternoon and at Porth Neigwl, with a northerly breeze coming and going, it felt more like being on the beach in the Canary Islands, as the breeze felt warm! There have been some convective clouds bubbling up from time to time and it looked as though the heavens might open at one stage, however all we felt was a couple of blobs of rain at Porth Neigwl and the cloud was soon replaced by warm sunshine. The fantastic spell of weather continues.

 

Abersoch Lifeboat Out On Service Today - 2nd Shout In 3 Days..
Report from Abersoch RNLI Facebook page (click here):

4 June: The crew were paged today at 12:44 to a pleasure fishing vessel which had broken down SW of Cilan Head. On arrival, the boat was very well equip with and its passengers well prepared, however they had suffered a technical fault. The boat was towed to Abersoch. The lifeboat was refuelled and ready for service by 3pm. 

2 June: A disturbed night sleep for the crew who were paged shortly before 11.30pm to a report of a broken down 5 tonne fishing vessel off Bardsey Island. On arrival, the boat was nowhere to be seen and a search was commenced, joined by Pwllheli Lifeboat. The fishing vessel was located by Pwllheli lifeboat 18 miles off Bardsey Island and was towed back to Pwllheli. Abersoch Lifeboat returned to station at 1.30am.

 

Next Update: Tuesday June 5th.


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Tiny surf this afternoon.

Convective clouds bubbling up.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 04/06/2018: 11.00am

What A Morning...

It Is Another Beautiful Start To The Day...

We are based near Porth Neigwl this week, where the morning is absolutely stunning, with very warm sunshine, no breeze and a glassy sea, as was the case in Abersoch bay earlier this morning too. This spell of weather is turning into quite a memorable one and is set to continue through the week, with the background risk of showers increasing from time to time, but plenty of warm and sunny weather is likely. Driving into the village yesterday evening, it was noticeable quieter, which is not surprising as the half term holiday has now ended. Those lucky enough to have started their holiday this weekend, will be able to enjoy the combination of amazing weather and quiet beaches.

 

Surfing At Hell's Mouth / Porth Neigwl...

There was a hint of swell at Porth Neigwl this morning and for daily surf reports and forecasts, visit West Coast Surf Shop. From there you can also buy or hire surf equipment or have a surf lesson. Other Abersoch outlets offering similar retail, hire and lessons services are Off Axis (retail, hire and lessons) and Abersoch Watersports (retail and hire).


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Tiny, glassy waves this am.

Cliff erosion Porth Neigwl.

Fishermen at work off Cilan.

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 03/06/2018: 4.45pm

Sunday Sunshine Continues...

Beautiful Afternoon..

Sunshine all day here in Abersoch. We were in the Porth Neigwl area for much of the day, enjoying the warm temperatures, quiet afternoon beach and the small, clean waves. The wind stayed negligible until the second half of the afternoon, when a bit of a northerly sea breeze has kicked in, bringing a slightly fresher feel, though this is set to disappear overnight and tomorrow may see the breeze be more of a northeasterly, meaning that there might be very much of it all in the Abersoch area during the day. The sea at Porth Neigwl has warmed noticeably in the last week or so. You can get daily surf reports online from West Coast Surf Shop.


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Panorama from Cilan today.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 03/06/2018: 10.20am

Sunday Sunshine...

A Lovely Start To The Day...

The day has started quiet and fine here in Abersoch and it is already feeling really warm in the sunshine, with some patchy cloud coming and going. Looks like being a cracking day.

 

Abersoch Lifeboat Launched On Service Overnight...

Abersoch and Pwllheli Lifeboats were launched on service overnight to locate and assist a fishing vessel with engine difficulties. The vessel was eventually identified as being a long way out and initial reports suggest that the offshore Pwllheli Lifeboat towed the vessel safely into Pwllheli, which took several hours due to the distances involved.

 

Next Update: Later today


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The outer harbour at 9.25am.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 02/06/2018: 4.30pm

Cloud Has Shifted / Sunshine Returns...

As If By Magic - The Sun Re-Appears...

Shortly after our last update the annoying cloud has cleared away and we now have warm sunshine and mostly clear skies. The view below is from near to Porth Neigwl, looking towards Cilan Head.

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View towards Cilan this afternoon.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 02/06/2018: 2.05pm

Cloudy / Humid This Morning...

It Is Trying To Brighten Up...

As previously mentioned on the weather page this morning, later yesterday afternoon and evening saw the sea fog encroach on the village, bringing a cooler and fresher feel and this morning started in a similar vein. Through the morning, the cloud has thinned and broken a little at times, to bring some warm and humid spells and there was some very warm section for the 10K runners this morning (see below). This afternoon, the cloud is being a bit more stubborn than hoped for and so the brighter and warmer spells are coming and going, however, the trend is still expected to be heading towards a very fine end to the day. Fingers crossed.

 

Property For Sale Page Feedback...

How wonderful to receive this feedback today from an advertiser selling a chalet on the property for sale page... "Thanks to your super website, advert & fantastic service, I’ve now sold the chalet. I honestly think it would have been extremely difficult or impossible without you!".

 

Abersoch 10K & 3K Races See Big Turnouts...

Just under 1000 runners took part in the Abersoch 10K this morning, with another 320 racing in the 3K in what was the 10th anniversary of this event. The race started in the centre of the village and ended on the main beach with a couple of hills in between with plenty of people en route to cheer on the runners. Whilst many were taking part for charity or for fun - running their own personal battles, there was also a serious side to the event, with some elite class runners taking part, including one of North Wales top racers Russell Bentley (a 2:20 marathoner!), who won the event in a time of 33:28. Talking to some competitors after the race, the humidity and warmth in some sections of the course made it hard work - so well done to all who took part in these races, which are sponsored by Abersoch Holiday Homes and Henri Lloyd. The event was extremely well organised and marshalled, so congratulations to all those involved. The next local race is the Pen Llyn Ultra marathons, starting on the 23rd June.


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Russell Bentley wins in 33:28

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 01/06/2018: 3.00pm

Some Sea Fog In The Bay...

Radar Still Looking OK But Some Fog About...

Just noticed some sea fog out in the bay, coming and going which sometimes occurs when we have warm and humid air passing over the relatively cold sea. The cold water cools the warm humid air above it with the condensation process turning the moisture in the air into low cloud - that sits on the water.

The good news is that the rain radar is still showing the showers missing the area, with most, including some storm cells, curently affecting Snowdonia, heading up in a corridor towards Caernarfon and Rhyl. We still can't rule out another, however, fingers crossed we are certainly avoiding the worst of them for now.

 

Council Tax Increase For Second Homes...

We have been contacted recently by several people who are unhappy about the increase in their council tax on their second homes. An example of an increase is from £2500 in 2017 to just under £3950 this year.

We have covered this subject before in the news section back in 2016, however, we are interested in the views of those who are now affected. If you wish to contibute your opinion, please contact us at info@abersoch.co.uk for more info on how to do this.


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Sea fog out in the bay.

 

 

 

Abersoch Report Update: 01/06/2018: 2.00pm

Humid Air Again - The Warm Spell Continues...

Showers This Morning But Has Brightened Up Again...

We saw some torrential downpours this morning, which cleared away before midday and since then, although showers have continued to slide across areas just to the northeast of here, it has stayed dry. The latest radar images does show further showers moving up from the south-southeast across north Wales, though at the moment, the worst of them look like missing us here on Pen Llyn. It has now also brightened up and is feeling very warm again in the hazy sunshine, with the same rather humid feel that we say yesterday afternoon, which felt almost tropical by the end of the day! The mostly warm or very warm weather is set to continue!

 

 

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