Efforts to find a missing 14-year-old girl last seen in "difficulty" in the sea are focusing on the shoreline at low tide.
It remains unclear whether the unnamed teenager is believed to have been washed out to sea or went missing after returning to dry land.
Coastguard searches are leading the operation today but South Wales Police are continuing house-to-house inquiries in the area.
Doubt as to where exactly the missing teenager may be was raised yesterday by the coastguard.
Steve Jones, rescue manager at Swansea Coastguard, said teams were "dumbfounded" the initial report about the girl took up to an hour before being made.
More top news
A wet end to the month with a deluge of rain across much of southern Britain.
The most shocking finding is that 75 of 95 buildings found to have failed cladding fire safety standards were Category 3 failures.
Judges in the European Court of Human Rights have rejected a plea from the parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard to intervene.