Fire crews across Wales have had another busy night tackling grass fires.
In the North firefighters are still at the scene of a blaze at Llandecwyn near Harlech having been called out at around 7pm. The fire front is said to be half a mile wide.
Crews will return to the scene later of two fires at Foel Mountain near Cwmafan and at Godr'r Graig near Pontardawe.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service has been called out to incidents at Newport, Maesteg, Abertillery, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Cross Keys, Trehafod and Mountain Ash.
The total number of grass fires dealt with by South Wales Fire and Rescue Service are up by nearly 200% on last year, new figures show.
More than 100 blazes across Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil have been reported to police since the beginning of March.
People starting grass fires should be locked-up Wales' Public Services Minister will be told later today