Residents and holidaymakers are returning to their homes and caravans today in Ceridigion. Clean-up efforts are now properly underway, after flood water ravaged homes and holiday parks in the area around Aberystwyth.
As much rain fell in 24 hours as normally falls in the area in the whole of June, causing several feet of water to surge through communities, putting lives in danger and wrecking property.
Police estimated the overall number of people who left their homes due to the water was around 1,000. Many spent the night with family and friends, although others returned home. The rest centres - including Borth Lifeboat Station - were empty overnight.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service have continued pumping water out of industrial and residential areas. One flood warning remained in place in Wales today, for the River Teifi at Lampeter and Llanybydder.
Dyfed-Powys Police say three people were treated for minor injuries, but there are not thought to be more serious injuries or anyone killed due to the floods.