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The cabinet secretary for environment and rural affairs in the Welsh government has warned that rain will continue to affect Wales with "widespread disruption" and flooding.
Lesley Griffiths said: "We have received reports confirming internal flooding to properties in Maesteg, Boverton, Penarth, Barry, Llanmaes and Pontllanfraith.
"There has been widespread disruption across southern Wales with the fire and rescue services having to deal with over 50 flooding incidents over the last two days."
She added that overnight there may be more flooding incidents, but that by Tuesday night the worst of the bad weather should be over, "allowing much improved conditions across Wales during the remainder of the week and weekend".
Flooding has caused major disruption to transport services around Manchester, with one line shut and six of the seven others reporting severe delays.
Manchester Metrolink has tweeted that commuters can use their tickets on the following alternative routes:
- Buses 19, 23, 23A, 42, 43, 84, 85, 104, 105, 109, 141, 142 & 143
- Trains from Piccadilly to East Didsbury
Earlier, the East Didsbury line was shut due to a tree falling onto the line, with Manchester Metrolink tweeted that services on the East Didsbury line were "unlikely to resume" Monday evening.
SERVICE UPDATE 1/2: Due to a tree on the line the East Didsbury service is currently suspended....
They have advised that customers check their website before travelling.
Great Western Railway, which has been hit by flooding across the south west, is advising people to not travel on the network as there is huge disruption.
They have also said that customers with tickets valid for travel on Monday will also be valid on Tuesday, as commuters aired their frustrations on Twitter.
Due to disruption across our network caused by flooding we are advising not to travel where possible. Tickets for today are valid tomorrow.
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