Bright and breezy with a mixture of sunny spells and showers
It's a dry, bright and breezy afternoon at the Eisteddfod in Llanelli - a welcome relief after last night's downpour.
Pink pavilion at the National Eisteddfod in Llanelli
Thankfully, most of the puddles on the Maes have now disappeared and if you're visiting the Maes tomorrow, the suncream will come in handy. The wind will be lighter than today, so will feel warmer, with a high of 19°C.
Tomorrow will probably be the best day of the week in Wales, thanks to a ridge of high pressure. More dry weather and sunshine is expected on Friday but it may not stay dry everywhere with the risk of a few showers breaking out.
Saturday will be breezy with a mixture of sunny spells and showers. Sunday, though, now looks less threatening. The latest thinking is that the remains of tropical storm Bertha will more than likely miss us and go further south into northern France.
Possible route for the remains of tropical storm Bertha.
There's still a lot of uncertainty, but at the moment it looks as if the weather on Sunday, although fairly unsettled, will be nothing too unusual for the time of year. However, the forecast could still change and will be kept under review.