As you may already know, severe gales and rough seas over the weekend caused a cargo ship to capsize off the Llyn Peninsula during the early hours of Sunday.
Things have since calmed down but the wind is now increasing again with more disturbed weather on the way.
A sharp trough of low pressure will bring heavy rain and strong to severe gale force winds tomorrow. The Met Office has issued a yellow wind warning for south west and north west Wales.
Gusts around 60mph or more are expected in the north west and the south west along with some with very rough seas and as well as the strong winds tomorrow, a spell of heavy rain will move west to east across Wales.
Some torrential rain is likely in places lasting for around 2 or 3 hours, however, the rain will be followed by clearer, drier weather by the evening with blustery showers. It will also turn colder with temperatures dropping once the rain clears.
So, some very unsettled weather to come over the next 24 hours. Take extra care if you are travelling.