Heavy rain forecast for South West Wales
Heavy and persistent rain is forecast for South West Wales today, as a dry start to September came to an abrupt end.
The Met Office has predicted heavy rain will continue until 4pm, with winds strengthening later today.
Widespread, persistent and heavy rainfall will move northwards with localised torrential spells likely in mid and north Wales.
In the last 24 hours Hereford has seen the most rainfall, with 64.6 mm recorded.
The rain is expected to clear in South West Wales later this evening but further persistent rain could return to parts of north and mid Wales overnight.
Further rain or showers, heavy and persistent in places, are likely during Tuesday.
Excess water on roads could cause disruption and extra care should be taken as driving conditions are likely to be hazardous.
There are currently no flood warnings in place for Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.
For the latest on flood alerts and warnings go to http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood or call Floodline on 0845 988 1188.
The latest provisional figures from the Met Office show this summer was the third wettest on record in Wales since records began in 1910.
Only 1912 takes the prize for having more rain.