The Met Office has issued its latest yellow warning for heavy showers - and the possibility of localised flooding - for the rest of today and into tomorrow morning.
The warning applies to most of South Wales, excluding Monmouthshire.
There are still 13 flood alerts in place here.
There's a yellow 'be aware' warning of heavy rain from the Met Office and 13 flood alerts in place for much of south Wales and Carmarthenshire.
Forecasters say there could be disruption because of localised flooding.
The Met Office has issued a warning for south Wales of very heavy rainfall over the next 24 hours. 30mm of rainfall is expected, with over 60mm on exposed higher ground.
Flooding has already been reported in parts of Pembrokeshire this morning and alerts have been issued for Carmarthenshire.
Drivers are being told to be aware of surface water on roads, and river flooding is possible.
By the end of the week the Brecon Beacons could see rainfall totals of over 150mm
Natural Resources Wales says The worst affected areas are likely to be across south Wales and across the Snowdonia mountain range in Gwynedd.
It is not expected to clear until Tuesday afternoon.
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