has one of the world’s most moderate climates, with few extremes.
However, Welsh weather is also one of the most changeable in the
world. The sky is ever changing and it is as difficult to second
guess as Wales’s chances of winning their next rugby match.
It can be raining in the morning and sunny in the afternoon - the
weather can be quite different only a few miles away. Some say that
Wales doesn’t have a climate – only weather!
Planning a cottage holiday in Wales?
Check out our Swansea Bay Holiday
Weather Guide including monthly averages for temperature, sunshine
and rainfall (‘liquid sunshine’). Amazingly, you can
check the UK forecast for the rest of the year, using Metcheck’s
Singularity Chart or look at our Weather
Saying for Every Month page - less science, more old wife. Be
sure to treat long-term weather predictions with a man-size pinch
of salt. Remember the weather
in Wales is changeable.
Already booked your cottage holiday?
Check out the holiday
cottage weather station for up to the minute conditions at Plas
Farm and a short-term forecast. For an alternative and reliable
short-term forecast, link to weather-forecast.com for a 1-3
day weather forecast and 4-6
day weather forecast specific to the hamlet of Cilybebyll where
the holiday cottages are. For an 8-14
day weather forecast on Metcheck, enter the holiday cottage
postcode, SA8 3JQ. It is also possible to check sunrise
and sunset times for your Welsh holiday cottage.