Disruption continues after Wales is battered by Storm Imogen

A clear-up operation continues today after the damage and disruption caused by Storm Imogen.

Winds over 80mph battered the south Wales coast and thousands were left without power. There are 13 flood warnings and 24 flood alerts in force this morning.

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Arriva Trains Wales cancels, suspends services

Arriva Trains Wales says services running from Cardiff's Queen Street station maybe cancelled or delayed due to adverse weather conditions.

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There are also delays on Valleys lines and disruption on the Cambrian line in West Wales.

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Storm Imogen leaves nearly 2,000 homes without power

Heavy rain and strong winds have left nearly 2,000 properties across Wales without power.

Waves crash over the sea wall at Porthcawl as Storm Imogen batters the Welsh coast Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Western Power Distribution estimates that 1,831 properties are currently affected, with the bad weather expected to continue into the afternoon.

In Pontarddulais, more than 800 properties are without power after heavy winds resulted in a tree falling down. Western Power says engineers are currently on the scene.

To see a map of the affected areas, and to stay up to date with power outtages across Wales, visit the Western Power Distribution website.

Rail services across Wales disrupted by Storm Imogen

Rail services across Wales are subject to delays and cancellations as a result of the adverse weather conditions.

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Flooding at Dovey Junction and Llanaber means there are currently no Arriva Trains Wales services running between Dovey Junction and Aberystwyth, and between Dovey Junction and Pwllheli.

And a replacement bus service has been running between Llandudno and Blaenau Ffestiniog due to flooding.

Great Western Railway advise allowing extra time for journeys, and Arriva Trains Wales suggest checking your route before travelling.

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