Weather forecast - Friday 19 September 2014
Feels Like: 21°C
Feels Like: 23°C
Feels Like: 18°C
Feels Like: 17°C
East North East
wind gusts 22.2 mph
Numerous thick clouds will provoke stormy weather all day long.
13°C / 19°C
11°C / 18°C
7°C / 17°C
7°C / 17°C
9°C / 17°C
12°C / 17°C
11°C / 17°C
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Situated on the coast of south west Wales, Swansea is the second most populous city in Wales after Cardiff. It has a maritime climate with generally cool summers and mild winters. It is quite a wet city with an average of 1219 mm of rain in a year. Winters are relatively mild with average maximum temperatures of 7°C and minimum temperatures of 2°C. Occasional snowfall can be expected although this is quite rare. Summers are cool and generally sunny
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A coastal city and county, Swansea is the second largest city in Wales with a population of 239,000. The city is bordered by Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel. During the 19th century, Swansea was a key centre of the copper industry. Today, this Welsh city’s economy is mainly based around public administration, education, health, banking, finance, and insurance. Swansea has a temperate oceanic climate. Thanks to its location on the coast, it has a milder climate than inland areas. However, it has rain-bearing winds from the Atlantic. The average high temperatures in summer are around 17 to 19°C. In the winter, the temperatures are around 6 to 8°C.