Welsh farmers have been reacting to yesterday's announcement from the Welsh Government that they will try and alleviate the pressures many face because of the recent cold weather.
As Rob Osborne reports, some are calling this past month 'a disaster' for the Welsh sheep industry.
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The heaviest bursts are expected in the south and east, with some western areas either remaining dry or becoming dry by dawn.
Many places will start dry, but rain in the southeast will spread to most for a time overnight.
The family of Isaac Nash who went missing after being swept out to sea last summer have presented a cheque for £10,000 to the RNLI.