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Rhoscolyn - Silver Bay (Beach)

Sunday 24 June

Low High Low High
02:02 08:09 14:34 20:37
1.7 m 4.5 m 1.4 m 4.5 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day SW 6

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Monday 25 June

Low High Low High
02:57 08:56 15:22 21:18
1.6 m 4.6 m 1.4 m 4.7 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny intervals W 6

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Tuesday 26 June

Low High Low High
03:43 09:37 16:04 21:53
1.4 m 4.7 m 1.3 m 4.8 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny intervals NNW 4

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Wednesday 27 June

Low High Low High
04:25 10:13 16:41 22:27
1.3 m 4.7 m 1.3 m 4.9 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day NNW 6

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Thursday 28 June

Low High Low High
05:03 10:48 17:16 23:00
1.2 m 4.7 m 1.3 m 5.0 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day NNW 9

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Regional forecast for Wales

Today:

After a cool start in rural areas, Sunday will be dry and sunny. Temperatures will rise steadily in the strong June sunshine, and it will soon feel very warm, with just a gentle breeze. Maximum Temperature 24 °C.

Tonight:

Evening sunshine will give way to a dry and clear night, and once again becoming a touch on the cool side, especially in rural areas. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.

Monday:

Something of a repeat of Sunday, with another dry and sunny day expected. Feeling hot inland, but cooler along the coast where sea breezes develop. Maximum Temperature 28 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Dry, sunny and hot, though sea breezes will keep coastal areas somewhat cooler. Night time temperatures will start to increase too, especially in built-up areas.

Updated at: 0205 on Sun 24 Jun 2018


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What are tides?

Tides refer to the rise and fall of a body of water, most commonly seen in the oceans; caused by the interaction between the moon, sun and Earth.

As the positions of Earth, sun and moon change in relation to each other, the gravitational pull and centrifugal forces acting upon the oceans vary and it is these differences that cause fluctuation in the height of the sea which we see at the tides going out and in.

In the UK we mostly experience a semi-diurnal tide which means we experience two high tides and two low tides each day. These occur approximately every 12 hours and 25 minutes.