Saturday sun – almost!

The weather seems to have changed from good most of the time with a few bad days to bad most of the time with the odd good day. Luckily, I managed to order good weather for our Saturday swim and it was even delivered at the correct time slot. 😊 However, the violent storms have once again changed the beach profile and a huge amount of sand has been shifted leaving a rough and pebbly seabed which was quite a surprise judging by the gasps and shrieks. The water was slightly warmer than last week so it couldn’t have been that…surely!

OOOooo those pesky pebbles!

Accuweather 11 degrees, real feel 9, wind SW, 13 km/h, gusting 28, pressure 1014. Met Office, 12 degrees, real feel 9, wind SW 16 km/h, gusting 25, pressure 1014. Channel Coastal Observatory, 0.85 m average wave height, max 1.45m (seemed far less,) sea temp 8.8 degrees.

Soup and rolls courtesy the Wildheart Trust, Isle of Wight Zoo

Published by Victoria Thorneton-Field

Oceanographer, writer, advocate for mental health and environmental issues, all-year-round sea swimmer, located on the beautiful Isle of Wight.

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