The Chief Veterinary Officer for Wales has told ITV News that farmers will be able to bury their dead animals in 'certain areas' of Wales where no other option is available.
Dr Christianne Glossop says that farmers will have to contact a 'fallen stock collector' before they can be aprroved to dispose of their own dead animals.
The law relaxations will come into force from midnight.
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It should continue to become drier and brighter from the west. However, a sharp shower is possible.
The heaviest bursts are expected in the south and east, with some western areas either remaining dry or becoming dry by dawn.