Mostly dry and bright, with a few showers during the afternoon. Feeling cooler and fresher overnight with rain moving in Friday.Read the full story ›
A fairly cloudy start to Thursday, with the chance of some scattered showers in places.Read the full story ›
Any showers will die away during this evening to leave some late sunny intervals to end the day.Read the full story ›
Temperatures in Wales reached as high as 32 degrees earlier this week, but as is often the case, they were followed in places by thunderstorms.
Liz Dixon managed to capture this dramatic video of lightning in Anglesey.
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A yellow weather warning has been issued in North Wales.
The Met Office says "severe thunderstorms are expected" across Ceredigion, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Anglesey, Powys and Wrexham today.
People are being told to be aware of the risk of flash flooding with some places to see as much as 30mm of rainfall in an hour.
The warning runs until 9pm tonight.
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Tuesday is being billed as the hottest day of the year so far, so it's very hard to believe that a yellow weather warning has been issued for rain.
It is valid between 5pm on Tuesday evening and runs until 9pm on Wednesday.
It covers much of North Wales including Ceredigion, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Anglesey, Powys and Wrexham.
Some places could see as much as 30mm of rainfall in an hour.
The Met Office said there was the potential for "severe thunderstorms" across Wales, northern England and the Midlands.
Hot, moist air spreading north and northeast across the western side of the UK is expected to produce thunderstorms later on Tuesday, these then transfer erratically northeastwards during Wednesday.
Rainfall will be very variable, and the extent of the thunderstorms is uncertain, but some places could see around 30mm in an hour and more than 50mm in a few hours.
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