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Heavy rain has caused distruption in parts of Powys, mid Wales.
A family from Mountain Ash have escaped unhurt after a tree landed on their house as high winds battered Wales.
The 60ft oak came crashing through the family's conservatory in the early hours of Monday morning.
It was one of a many incidents to hit Wales over the past 48 hours as homes were left damaged and without electricity.
Tredegar in Blaenau Gwent saw 46mm of rainfall in just a few hours while winds of up to 71mph hit Mumbles in West Wales.
Western Power Distribution says that five thousand homes in South East Wales are without electricity because of the bad weather.
They say that properties in Swansea, Cardiff and the Valleys are worst affected.
The high number of incidents due to strong winds and heavy rain mean that they are working at ten times their usual rate.
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Winds of up to 71mph have hit parts of Wales, causing damage to property and cutting off electricity supplies