Met Office: Severe weather warning for south Wales
A severe weather warning for south Wales has been issued by the Met Office as gusts of up to 60mph are forecast.
Members of the public have been warned to prepare for disruption as high winds hit many areas overnight.
Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Bridgend, Cardiff, Neath Port Talbot, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Swansea, Caerphilly and Vale of Glamorgan will be affected.
Gales of up to 60mph will hit coastal areas, along with high tides and large waves.
A tree fell onto a car in Tavistock Street in Roath, Cardiff, in what witnesses called a "freak wind" at around 15:30 BST on Wednesday.
The warning comes as an area of low pressure heads for southern Ireland.
Pembrokeshire County Council will be monitoring the coast tonight and tomorrow due to the warning combined with a high tide.
Workers will be at Amroth, Wiseman's Bridge, Dale and Newgale and will be ready to react if coastal defences are breached.
A crew will also be on duty in the centre of Haverfordwest.
High tide was at 19:00 BST and around 07:20 BST on Thursday.