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Fans of Bonnie Tyler told ITV News they are proud of her Eurovision performance, despite the UK finishing 19th out of 26 acts in last night's final.
We're sandwiched between cloud and rain to the south with more rain to the north. In between there's plenty of sunshine around and some good temperatures too. Highs of 17-18C but feeling a touch cooler around the north and west coasts where an onshore breeze develops.
Tonight more cloud pushes down across Wales courtesy of a weak warm front that brings light patchy rain to north east Wales and some mist and fog. Elsewhere it's increasingly cloudy but the cloud stops it getting too cold with lows of 8-10C.
Monday sees the front pushing southwestwards across Wales bringing light patchy rain at times and some murky misty weather. In to the afternoon the front clears and some of the cloud breaks up to reveal brighter weather with maybe some sunny spells.
Once again the thermometer could reach 18C in places in the sunnier moments but it will be cooler around the north and west coasts thanks for a brisk northerly breeze.
Three people have been injured in a light aircraft crash at Caernarfon Airport in Gwynedd.
North Wales Fire & Rescue Service say they received reports of the incident just before 11.30am this morning.
They confirmed one light small aircraft had flipped onto its roof during the incident.
30 crew members and three officers are in attendance, with special appliances from Holyhead, Caernarfon, Llanberis and Pwllheli.
Off-road vehicles from Porthmadog and Llangefni are also at the scene.
Sunday starts with plenty of sunny spells around. There will be some thicker cloud building for some during the day, but many places will continue to enjoy the sunshine through the day. We could see 17C which will feel nice without much wind around.
The days ahead see low pressure nearby bringing cloud, but these features are dying away so it shouldn't bring any rain. In spite of the lack of sunshine temperatures won't fare too badly in spite of the lack of sunshine and a northerly breeze.
A day of mixed fortunes today, with some places enjoying more sunny spells than others. Overnight we have a mix of cloud, clear spells and clear skies. Temperatures will fall back to 4C - enough for a touch of grass frost. There may be a little mist around too, thanks to light variable winds.
Sunday starts with plenty of sunny spells around. There will be some thicker cloud building for some during the day, but many places will continue to enjoy the sunshine through the day. In the sunshine we could see 17C, which will feel nice without much wind around.
The days ahead see low pressure nearby bringing cloud, but these features are dying away so it shouldn't bring any rain. Temperatures won't fare too badly in spite of the lack of sunshine and a northerly breeze.
Welsh teachers have packed a conference hall in Cardiff to speak out over pay and working conditions in the profession.
Speakers from the main teaching unions NASUWT and NUT also said they wanted to 'defend' the education system here, which they claim politicians 'are determined to wreck'.
The Welsh Government says measures have been put in place to raise standards and performance, but added issues concerning pay and conditions are a matter for the UK Government as they are not devolved to Wales.
UK Education Secretary Michael Gove has said he's striving to achieve higher education standards through his policies.
Today's rally was held ahead of planned industrial action later this year.
Bala have qualified for next season's Europa League after winning the Welsh Premier League play-off final.
The match against Port Talbot looked as if it was going to end goalless - but 88 minutes in, the visitors missed a chance before John Irving was ready for the rebound, scoring the winning goal.
Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler performed in front of 11,000 people at the final technical rehearsal this afternoon ahead of tonight's Eurovision Song Contest.
This year the competition is being held at the Malmö Arena in Sweden.
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