Llanrhystud’s weather is dominated by a maritime climate, of storms and high winds in the winter months. The long warm summer days can bring lots of sunshine, but, being in Wales you can also expect to see rain and overcast days, not that this should spoil your fun.
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Llanrhystud Weather and Climate
Llanrhystud experiences a maritime climate with comfortable summers and cold winters. The nearest Met Office weather station for which online records are available is at Aberporth approximately 24.4 Miles (39.2 km) south of Llanrhystud.
Typically, fewer than 3 days of the year will reach a value above 25.0 °C (77.0 °F). The highest temperature recorded at Aberporth was 32.7 °C (90.9 °F), on 19 July 2006. On average 18.3 nights will report air frost and the coldest night of the year should fall to −4.45 °C (23.99 °F). The coldest month was January 1963, with a mean minimum temperature of −9.9 °C (14.2 °F).
Freezing temperatures, and more fierce winds than anyone could have predicted, the Beast from the East wreaked havoc overnight.
With little snow to speak of, Llanrhystud faced freezing temperatures for a third night, 1 March 2018.
A prehistoric forest which was buried under water and sand possibly more than 4,500 years ago has been uncovered by Storm Francis, 2020.The petrified trees can be seen lying on Llanrhystud’s beach in Ceredigion county.