The good weather is expected to attract record crowds at day three of the Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd today.
Today is Cobb Day, an event which traditionally proves popular amongst show-goers.
By yesterday afternoon, the number of visitors broke Show records for turnout on the second day.
The President of the Royal Welsh Show John Davies said he's happy with the turnout:
'We were just a few short of 65,000 yesterday so it was a record day. So far, the traffic management's working great, the sun is shining and as you can see we're full of families having fun.
There's something for everybody here so I'm really really pleased with the atmosphere and enjoyment that everyone's having and that's what it's about really "
A record number of nearly 65,000 people attended the Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd on its second day today.
Welsh pig farmers say they are living on borrowed time because of a lack of support for the industry.
This year's Royal Welsh Show begins later at Llanelwedd, near Builth Wells. The four-day event is the highlight in the farming calendar.