Virtually no rain here Jack, though thunder is forecast (again) tomorrow. It never seems to materialise.
Seeing this post revitalised, and that picture of Sennen in January
I thought you may be interested to see current sand levels, photo below from the same webcam today, the busiest the beach has been all summer. Several feet of extra sand along much of a 1 mile beach. Notice the big rock in the bottom right of the picture. That path is much steeper than it looks.
It never ceases to amaze me when Councils dig out a JCB & move a few bucketloads of sand around as a photoshoot to show the press they are doing something after a storm.
I'm actually very interested in sand movement, to the extent where I regularly capture that webcam image and record it alongside wind strength, direction (offshore / along / offshore ), wave height, wave period, in an attempt to get some understanding of sand movements on just 1 section of 1 beach. The profile of the beach also has a big influence on how a particular set of wind / wave conditions impact.
A bit sad I know.