DRAMATIC images of the giant waves and high winds battering the Anglesey coast are being recorded by an island weather watcher.

Richard Porter operates an amateur weather station from his home at Trearddur Bay. The station and cameras operate 24 hours a day and seven days a week.

The site was visited by over 5,000 people last Sunday in the middle of Storm Ciara.

Since the site started running over two years it has received an impressive 208,884 hits from 26,379 individual users in 2019.

Richard has shared a video clip of the crashing waves seen in the Bay, shortly after high tide this morning (Tuesday).

Richard said: "I thought some of your readers may be interested.

"The camera cycles around six positions and dwells at each for one minute."

"The service is provided free of charge although it is appreciated if people who use the site on a regular basis would make a donation to the RNLI by using the link on the website.

"Our target would be met if every user made a donation of just 10 pence!"

The weather station website can be accessed at: https://weather.trearddurbay.org and the webcam video images can be found at https://weather.trearddurbay.org/webcam.