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TOMORROW will get off to a showery start with a maximum temperature of 19C. Sunday will be much the same but blustery with gusts of 19mph and a top temperature of 16C.

Tomorrow and Sunday the Two Rivers Folk Festival will take place at Chepstow Castle. The most direct route is the A48.

ROADWORKS

A4063 COMMERCIAL STREET BOTH WAYS - MAESTEG A4063 closed both ways due to roadworks between Bridge Street and B4282 Neath Road/Llynfi Road, between 8am and 6pm on Sundays from August 3 to September 14.

A4046 BOTH WAYS - CWM Roadworks and temporary traffic lights on A4046 both ways between A467/B4471 (Aberbeeg) and King Street/Dyffryn Place (Cwm), ending today.

M4 BOTH WAYS - CARDIFF Speed restriction of 50mph due to restrictions, major roadworks and contraflow on M4 both ways between J30 A4232 (Cardiff Gate) and J32 A470 (Coryton Interchange).

A4064 OXFORD STREET - PONTYCYMER, BRIDGEND Roadworks and restrictions on A4064 Oxford Street around Richard Street, until July 31.

A4232 BOTH WAYS - LECKWITH, CARDIFF Speed restriction of 50mph due to roadworks on A4232 both ways around B4267 (Leckwith Interchange), until December 1.

BEGAN ROAD - ST MELLONS, CARDIFF Roadworks and temporary traffic lights on Began Road near Tyr Winch Road / Druidstone Road, until July 30.

A4160 BUTE TERRACE WESTBOUND - CARDIFF Roadworks and restrictions on A4160 Bute Terrace Westbound at Mary Ann Street, until Sunday.

KEEPMOVING.CO.UK RECOMMENDS:

Red Route: M4 (delays probable)

Amber Route: A470 (delays possible)

Green Route: A4119 (Route of the Week)
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jul 18, 2008
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