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A selection of webcams to follow storms in your area

UK - West Wales

Swansea Bay (Bristol Channel - 2nd highest tidal rise and fall in the world)

Langland Bay West of Swansea - popular surfing beach

Caswell Bay - west of Langland edge of Gower Peninsula, another popular surf hot spot

Llangennith Bay - Gower Peninsula 'end of the world' open to the Irish sea and Atlantic. A great surfing hot spot

This page will be regularly updated with webcams as and when I locate them - please email me with any good weather/storm/surf webcams in your area

Howard M - Jones

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