A cloudy start with some outbreaks of rain
The rain will slowly clear throughout the morning, according to the latest Met Office forecast for Wales.
Forecasters say sunny spells will develop this afternoon and most places are due to become dry, with just a few showers possible.
It should feel warm in the sunnier breaks, with highs of 22C.
Good morning. Rain across southeast England will clear. Rain across the north and west will also break up, leaving sunny spells and a few showers. Showers across central and eastern areas locally heavy and thundery. Check the latest here: https://t.co/cQSfu1VDbo ^Adam pic.twitter.com/LgwnJZfzHf— Met Office (@metoffice) July 20, 2019
One lane of M4 closed eastbound in Vale of Glamorgan
One lane of the M4 is closed eastbound in the Vale of Glamorgan due to a collision.
The incident is between Junction 33 with the A4232 at Cardiff West services and Junction 34 with the A4119 at Miskin.
Pensioner suffers 'life-destroying' injuries in ferocious crowbar attack by burglar
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Retired teacher Ruth Yandle now needs round-the-clock care after being attacked by Jeffrey Lloyd in her own home.
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Fire crews battled blaze at derelict building overnight
Fire crews were called to a blaze in a disused building at Maerdy Industrial Estate overnight.
They were alerted to the incident in Rhymney at just before 8.30pm on Friday and left at 11.15pm.
A spokeswoman for South Wales Fire and Rescue Service confirmed the derelict building was “well alight”.
She said the site affected was 115 by 35 metres.
Crews from Rhymney, Tredegar, Ebbw Vale, Aberbargoed, Maindee and Merthyr attended.
Residents were advised to keep doors and windows closed.
Officers are back at the scene this morning to carry out an inspection.