Forestry workers have begun to fell hundreds of acres of trees in the largest ancient woodland in Wales because they have been infected by a fungal disease.
It is spreading through thousands of larch trees that are growing in the historic Wentwood Forest between Newport and Chepstow.
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Dry with clear spells, with most southern and eastern areas having clear skies.
Wales manager Chris Coleman says his side can't get caught up in the 'fantastic atmosphere' ahead of tomorrow's Israel match.
A fairly cloudy start soon clearing south, allowing brighter conditions in the north to spread to all parts through the morning.