The good weather has attracted hundred of people to the Cardiff Bay urban beach this weekend, which is now in its second year.
Roads, railways and airports are facing one of their biggest days of the year with the traditional start of the summer holiday season.
17 people accidentally died around the Welsh coast last year, while a further 65 were saved by RNLI crews and lifeguards
Some beautiful sunshine across Eastern parts of Wales this morning but it will be cloudier out towards the West.
Any remaining cloud will lift throughout the day, leaving a warm and dry afternoon, with plenty of sunshine.
Top temperature 25C.
A dry and mild night to come for most of us, with some cloud and showers possible in Eastern areas.
Temperatures feeling muggy at around 12-15C.
A driver who died following a collision on the A470 at the weekend has been named as 36-year-old Joanne Smart from Cardiff .
In a statement, Joanne Smart's family said she would "be missed by all who knew her".
Her mother and stepfather described her as "a very bubbly person" who "always lived life to the full".
– Barbara Richardson and Glen Richardson, mother and stepfather
At the age of 20 she joined the Royal Fleet Auxiliary as a civilian radio operator and was able to use Morse Code, assisting with requests for emergency supplies for the British Forces.
When she moved to Cardiff from County Durham a little over 10 years ago she found a job as a personal assistant at Cardiff University, a job we know she loved.
South Wales Police are asking for anyone with information to contact them.
A thirty-seven-year old woman from Cardiff has died following a crash on the A470 dual carriageway between the Nantgarw and Taffs Well Junctions.
The incident happened just after 10am yesterday. The woman was taken to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff with serious injuries, but died later. No other vehicles were involved.
Police are urging any witnesses to the incident to call them on 101.
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South Wales Police are investigating allegations that former leading Welsh politician, George Thomas, later Lord Tonypandy, reportedly abused a nine-year-old boy.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has confirmed to ITV Wales that it has received a self referral from South Wales Police asking for it to look into the handling of an allegation of reported child abuse by former Welsh Secretary George Thomas.
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