A largely cloudy start to the day with some brighter breaks but blustery showers too. Winds will remain strong into the afternoon.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow 'be aware' warning of strong winds across the whole of Wales.
It's predicting gusts of up to 70mph in exposed places and says there could be localised damage and minor disruption to travel.
Last night the strongest gust was 97mph at Capel Curig in Snowdonia. A fibreglass roof was blown off an outbuilding in Mountain Ash
The Severn Bridge is closed and there's a speed limit on the Britannia Bridge.
The warning is valid until 7pm.
Merthyr crew attended to make safe a lamppost arcing in strong winds in Pant at 23.49
Scaffolding on a car park in Dowlais was reported as unsafe due to wooden planks dislodging at 01.45 Wales and West Services attended
A tree was reported fallen on Doyle Avenue Fairwater at 00.52
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