Today will be a day of often heavy showers, with the risk of hail and thunder.Read the full story ›
Heavy rain and strong winds will clear eastwards through this evening. However, scattered heavy showers will return in the southwest later.Read the full story ›
Large parts of Wales are being warned to expect heavy rain and high winds.
The Met Office says they could mean difficult travel conditions, as the summer holiday season starts for some. Standing water and spray may make journeys longer, and could lead to minor surface water flooding. Winds could be sufficiently strong to cause some bridge restrictions, and bring down branches from trees.
The Met Office says conditions could also be hazardous for those engaged in outdoor activities.
The Met Office says thunderstorms, with locally torrential downpours will continue to move north across Wales this morning.
Although the thunderstorms will tend to ease from the south later further, possibly severe storms may break out again this afternoon, probably focused over parts of northeast Wales.
Although some places will miss the thunderstorms, there is a chance of localised sudden flooding of homes, businesses and roads. Frequent lightning and large hail may be additional hazards, the latter bringing potential for disruption to power network