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It looks like the Bank Holiday weekend will have a few showers mixed in with some sunny spells, but what is happening when?
Any showers should fade away this evening to leave a generally dry night with largely clear skies.
It is going to turn cloudier through the day as outbreaks of rain slowly spread their way southwards this afternoon. Temperatures still slightly below average for the time of year. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Most of the outbreaks of rain should clear away during the first part of the night leaving it largely dry with clear spells. A little less chilly than recent nights. Minimum temperature 7 °C.
It should be a mostly dry day on Friday with some decent sunny spells. However, it is still going to feel generally cool with some outbreaks of showery rain. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
A chilly but generally bright start, with the odd shower. It is going to turn cloudier through the day as outbreaks of rain slowly spread their way southwards this afternoon.
Temperatures still slightly below average for the time of year. Maximum temperature 17C (63F).
A new report by Natural Resources Wales has found that £165 million has been invested in flood and coastal protection schemes since November 2011.
The investment, from the Welsh Government and European funding,is thought to have directly reduced the risk of flooding for more than 6,500 homes and businesses.
Since November 2011, Wales has experienced destructive and extensive flooding, with more than a thousand homes and businesses hit in places like Ceredigion, St Asaph, Ruthin and Rhyl.
In total, floods caused an estimated £71 million of damage.
– Steve Cook, Natural Resources Wales
The flooding we have seen in recent years in communities like Ceredigion, St Asaph and Rhyl, and the impact it has on people's lives, shows how important this work is.
With climate change predicting that we are likely to see more extreme weather in the future, we are taking action now to make sure we can be more resilient to the increased risk of flooding.
There is much work still to be done, but it is encouraging to see so many people who have suffered in the past working together and taking steps to make themselves and their communities better prepared for flooding.
A cloudier start than of late, especially in the north of the country.
The cloudier conditions will spread southwards through the morning bringing some outbreaks of rain.
There should still be plenty of dry weather with some bright spells.
Still cool with maximum temperature reaching 17 °C.
Councillors in Newport say they're disappointed by news that the Avana Bakeries in Rogerstone are to cut nearly 400 jobs. James Crichton-Smith reports.
Councillors and representatives in Newport have tweeted their disappointment at the news that reportedly 390 jobs are to go at the Avana Bakery site in Rogerstone.
My heart goes out to workers and families at Avana following jobs news - especially after the hope when the factory was bought in July.
Sad news for Avana Bakeries Welsh Gov need to demonstrate the expertise and provide support and assistance to ensure new orders forthcoming
Opposition is growing to plans for a massive new solar farm on land between Cardiff and Newport.
The scheme, would use a hundred and ten acre site at Michaelston-y-Fedw. It's the latest in a network of similar developments planned for sites right across Wales. Business Correspondent Carole Green reports.
Up to 390 jobs could be at risk at a Newport bakery, just weeks after it was bought by a new owner.
Avana Bakeries in Rogerstone was at risk of closure earlier this year after losing its contract with Marks and Spencer. It was bought by Food Utopia Limited last month. There are reports jobs could now be at risk again.
Cllr Chris Evans, who represents Rogerstone on Newport City Council tweeted his concerns.
Seems my worst fears about #Avana bakery have been realised, details still coming through, but, not, good news.