Calm Sunsets at Ynyslas

Just a few photos of the sunset last night. A brief spell of calm between the storms.

A bit of a contrast to the stormy seas from Storm Eleanor last week which saw gusts of up to 55 knots.

Storm Eleanor

Storm Eleanor

The aftermath of which is still evidenced by the flooded car park

Flooded Car Park

Flooded Car Park

The calmness is over though as it’s now blowing a hoolie out there once again. This time from the East with gusts of 56 knots being recorded by the Borth and Ynyslas Weather Station this morning.

Wind Gusts

Wind Gusts

It’s also very cold out there so the ‘feels-like’ temperature is hovering around -8ºC -to-10ºC. Brrrr.


1 Response

  1. Alan Cole says:

    Make that 59.7 knots at 8:17am

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