Weather forecast - Friday 25 April 2014
Feels Like: 11°C
Feels Like: 12°C
Feels Like: 8°C
Feels Like: 4°C
wind gusts 31.2 mph
Some rare cloud will come and hide the sun on and off in the morning. The clouds will bring rain showers in the afternoon in Swansea.
8°C / 13°C
8°C / 14°C
7°C / 16°C
8°C / 15°C
8°C / 13°C
7°C / 12°C
5°C / 14°C
Show 12 day weather forecast »
Find the perfect walk for you and your dog among our selection of the best-loved walks in the UK for...
From weeds to spores to grass and tree pollens, spring literally is in the air! If you’re subject ...
Celebrate the birth of the world’s greatest playwright!...
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
Thanks to the Weather Wherever widget, you can add the weather forecast for Swansea or another town to your site in just a few clicks !Generate the widget ›
Get the week’s weather forecast for Swansea. Find out what the weather will be for this Welsh city today and for the next 10 days.
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.