2,000 athletes have begun the first leg of Wales' Ironman event which involves swimming, cycling and a marathon.
Dry with clear spells at first tonight. However, low cloud will gradually spread from the east, and the odd light shower is likely by tomorrow morning, particularly in the east. Minimum temperature 9°C.
Four people escaped uninjured after being alerted by a passer-by to a fire which destroyed a static caravan at Towyn early this morning.
Fire crews were from Rhyl and Abergele were called to the scene in Towyn Road at 5:26am. A dog died in the the blaze. It is thought the fire was accidental and may have been started by a discarded cigarette.
A rather cloudy start across much of Wales this morning, with perhaps a little mist and fog in places. However, the cloud will gradually break up, leaving a warm and dry afternoon, with sunny intervals. Maximum temperature 21°C.
Ironman Wales kicked off this morning when over 2,000 athletes took to the water from Tenby’s North Beach.
The Wales event is known for being one of the toughest on the Ironman Tour and will consist of a 2 mile swim, 112 mile cycle ride and a marathon.
The athletes have until midnight to make it to the finish, with the first professional male expected to complete it within nine hours.
Welsh campaigners supporting a 'yes' vote in next week's Scottish independence referendum have held a rally on the steps of the Senedd.
They say they're backing Scotland to break away from the UK on Thursday. But the demonstration also attracted some supporters of the 'no' campaign, who say that they feel we're all better off together. Hannah Thomas reports.