Pollen levels are pretty uncomfortable out there at the moment. The rain may make it feel a little better, but it is not good news!
Much of Wales is bathed in warm sunshine at the moment, but be warned! It is about to come to an abrupt end overnight!Read the full story ›
Police searching for a missing woman in the Pentrecwrt/Llandrysul area have found a body.
Dyfed Powys Police launched a search after growing concerned for the welfare of 56-year-old Catherine Brooke.
She was last seen wearing a long grey cardigan and dark trousers, but formal identification of the body has not yet taken place.
The Met Office says isolated heavy, and possibly severe, thunderstorms are expected to develop on Friday evening across parts of Wales.
It says some torrential downpours are possible leading to localised surface water flooding.
Hailstorms and frequent lightning are also possible hazards.
It says the public should be aware that there is a chance of some very localised significant disruption.
The yellow 'be aware' warning is in force from 7pm to midnight.
You have been warned! Friday gets off to a lovely start, but there is a band of very wet weather waiting to put a real spoiler on things!Read the full story ›
A man has died after a crash in Pembrokeshire this evening.
Dyfed-Powys Police says officers are currently at the scene of a collision involving a grey Mitsubishi Shogun and a black Kawasaki motorcycle on the B4319 between Pembroke and Maidenswell. The man riding the motorcycle sustained fatal injuries.
A police spokesperson said the road will remain closed until further notice while investigations are carried out.
Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to contact PC 454 Longhurst by calling 101.
It feels much fresher out there than it has done recently. So hopefully a much more comfortable night's sleep all round.Read the full story ›
Pollen not quite so bad today, thanks to the unsettled weather. But I'm sorry to say levels will soar again tomorrow.
Two people were rescued by lifeguards this morning after they were caught in a rip tide off Newgale Beach.
The child was bodyboarding off Newgale North beach when she got caught in a rip current at around 11.30am today. The man spotted the girl in trouble and swam out to help her but was also caught in the rip tide.
Two lifeguards grabbed rescue boards and paddled out to save them. The pair were brought back to the beach and assessed but found "thankfully unharmed" according to the RNLI.
It has prompted warnings from the lifesaving charity who say they have rescued six body boarders in waters off Pembrokeshire this week.
If you’re heading to the coast this weekend please remember to respect the water and swim at a lifeguarded beach. If you spot someone in trouble please don’t attempt the rescue yourself – either tell a lifeguard or phone 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
RNLI lifeguards provide a daily safety service on both Newgale North and South beach from 10am-6pm throughout the summer season.