Kenfig Burrows to Porthcawl (Wales Coast Path) walk

Kenfig Burrows (sandy dunes), Margham Moors (heathland and edgeland in the shadow of Port talbot steelworks), and quite sandy beaches

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Kenfig Burrows

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Dry, sunny and even hotter than yesterday.


Unbroken sunshine will raise temperatures even higher than at the weekend. It will be slightly less warm near the coast, especially where sea breezes develop. Maximum Temperature 27C.


After a sunny evening, most places will have another dry and clear night, though it will be less cool than last night. Minimum Temperature 11C.


Widespread sunshine will make tomorrow even hotter than today. There will hardly be a cloud in the sky. Maximum Temperature 29C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Hot, dry and sunny weather will continue for the rest of the week. Temperatures could hit 30 Celsius in parts of Clwyd.

Day 6 to 15

The final few days of June will stay dry and sunny across much of the UK, although it may be cloudier with a chance of rain at times in the far north of Scotland. It will feel cooler than of late across parts of Scotland but elsewhere it will remain very warm or hot. The heat may spark a few showers or an isolated thunderstorm during the first week of July, but the majority of the UK will stay fine and dry. However, most areas should continue to see plenty of fine, sunny and very warm weather. Northwestern areas may however begin to see cloudier conditions pushing in, with the chance of some wet and windier weather here at times.

Day 16 to 30

The most likely scenario is that we will see a good deal of dry and settled weather across many parts of the UK with very warm temperatures likely at times. There are some early indications that in the north and west, more changeable conditions could bring cloudier skies, and possibly some wet and windy weather at times. There may also be some interludes of more unsettled, cooler conditions bringing some outbreaks of rain or showers across the rest of the UK at times, but these will be short lived with dry, fine weather likely for most of the time.

Met Office : WL : 2018-06-25T03:01:57