Two kayakers have been rescued near Anglesey. A 47 year old woman and a 53 year old man capsized in the sea off Point Lynas.
Experts are examining the stricken cargo vessel which ran aground near Colwyn Bay.
Ten RNLI volunteers from Penarth and Barry Dock are to be honoured by the charity for performing a rescue in "difficult conditions"
Seven people were rescued from Mount Snowdon last night in three separate rescues.
In the first rescue two men from Essex, aged 60 and 40, were helped down from Cwm Idwal after wandering on to a dangerous rock face.
Later a team from RAF Valley went to the aid of a 19-year-old girl from Liverpool University who had injured her ankle while descending from the Glyder range near Bethesda. She was brought down before receiving hospital treatment at Bangor.
In the final rescue of the night, four 20-year-old men were helped after finding holes covered up by snow when climbing Tryfan.
Rescuers had to deal with difficult conditions including lightning, snow, hail and rain.
A teenage boy has been taken to hospital suffering from hypothermia, after being rescued from Rhyl Harbour. The 14-year-old was camping with friends in the area, and had fallen into the water from a kayak at four o'clock this morning.
A local fisherman alerted the RNLI and the boy was taken to safety in a lifeboat.
Lifeboat crews from St Davids have rescued two men and a teenage girl after their yacht got into difficulties.
They had sent out a mayday transmission from their 30ft yacht, stating that they were approximately five nautical miles west of Ramsey Island, while on passage from Milford Haven and Workington Cumbria.
It took the lifeboat 45 minutes to locate the yacht as communications were patchy due to the mast been broken.
Two of those rescued were suffering from hypothermia.
They were taken to Fishguard Harbour.
A man has been rescued after falling 60ft on a Snowdonia peak.
The crew of an RAF helicopter and a mountain rescue team were called yesterday.
The man from London was winched aboard a Sea King helicopter based at Valley in Anglesey. He sustained a gash on his leg.
He and his friend, who are both in their twenties, were scrambling when the accident happened.
Police, fire, coastguard and local council officials are meeting at North Wales Police Headquarters to discuss the salvage operation of the stricken tanker which ran aground near Colwyn Bay on Tuesday evening.
ITV Wales understands a salvage expert is on the way to the scene.
One option they might consider would be to patch up the tanker and float it to safety.
The cargo ship has 40,000 litres of fuel in its tanks which may get pumped into road tankers.
The crew of the boat have been taken to a hotel