Welsh voters go to EU referendum polls
Polls have opened in the UK's EU referendum, with more than 2.2m Welsh voters eligible to take part.
A total of 3,578 polling stations in Wales will stay open until 22:00 BST on Thursday.
Results will be declared in each of Wales' 22 council areas overnight - with overall figures for Wales set to be announced in Deeside, Flintshire.
The UK result is expected at breakfast time on Friday.
Voters will have two choices on the ballot paper - to Remain in the European Union, or to Leave it.
Welsh party leaders have been casting their votes across the country throughout the morning.
There will be full coverage of the results and their implications across BBC television, radio and online.
A blog with results and reaction from Wales will be live on the BBC Wales site from 22:00 as well as on the BBC Wales Politics Twitter page.
S4C will produce a live results programme from 22:00, which will also be broadcast on Radio Cymru, while there will be updates from BBC Wales on the UK overnight programme on BBC One.
BBC Radio Wales will have a special programme on air from 06:00.