It'll be a cloudy but generally dry start to the day, with brighter spells emerging in the afternoon.Read the full story ›
Showers will become isolated this evening with clear spells developing overnight, remaining mild.Read the full story ›
Heavy rain will ease this afternoon but will be replaced by blustery showers. Gales likely once again along the coast.Read the full story ›
480 homes in Mid and North Wales remain without power following the affects of Storm Barney last night.Read the full story ›
Arriva Trains Wales says there is disruption between Aberystwyth and Birmingham International and between Birmingham International and Holyhead due to a fallen tree on the line at Shifnal.
No replacement road transport is currently available, and passengers are advised not to travel on this route where possible.
There are also warnings that services on Wednesday may be subject to delays, as trains run at reduced speeds to confirm routes are clear of any flooding or debris.
A yellow wind warning has been issued for Pembrokeshire, as gusts of more than 60mph batter the coast.
On the roads, traffic lights at Merlins Bridge Roundabout have stopped working and are causing traffic disruption.
Elsewhere, a section of Tenby High Street has been closed due to roof tiles coming off.
Western Power are also reporting 331 homes in the area without power.