91-year-old Maggie Hughes died in her flooded home in St Asaph yesterday. Many people have returned to theirs today to assess the damage.
The clean-up operation is now underway, after severe flooding hit Denbighshire yesterday.
The River Elwy burst its banks early on Tuesday morning, causing devastation in St Asaph. 500 homes were evacuated as the water swept in.
There's fog and reduced visibility on the A55 between J28 (Rhuallt / Waen) and J32A (Pentre Halkyn).
North Wales Police says the death of a woman in Bodelwyddan in Denbighshire is not being treated as suspicious.
North Wales Police are investigating after a body was found in Bodelwyddan in Denbighshire.
They say they're looking into the circumstances surrounding the death.
Denbighshire County Council says work to clear the snow continues and progress is now being made on the smaller roads. But many are blocked from hedge to hedge.
The council says the operation will continue into the Easter weekend.
A group of Britain's rarest trees have been discovered alongside a main road in Denbighshire.
14 previously unknown Black Poplar trees, each about 150 years old, have been identified in the hedgerow by the A525 near the village of Rhewl.
They were found thanks to a survey commissioned by rural regeneration agency Cadwyn Clwyd, and carried out by woodland organisation Coed Cymru.
It has found 99 Black Poplars in the Vale of Clwyd – there are only 2,500 in the whole of the UK.
The 14 trees at Rhewl are a completely new strain, and have been given their own clone number.
Mike Hughes, Coed Cymru Woodland Officer for Denbighshire, said: "It is the rarest British hardwood although it was widely planted in previous times though these were usually through rooted cuttings because it is very difficult to pollinate the trees."
"There are more giant pandas in the world than there are Black Poplars in the UK."
Denbighshire County Council says efforts to clear snow and fallen trees are continuing today, with a great deal of disruption on the roads.
- The A5 is still closed between Corwen and Llangollen - crews are trying to remove a number of fallen trees, and are concerned about the safety of other trees covered in snow
- It's hoped the Horseshoe Pass will be cleared today
- B5430 Nant y Garth is passable with care
- A5104 is open but continuing to widen the carriageway
- B5437 Carrog to Corwen - is open but not from Carrog to Bryneglwys
- A543 Denbigh Moors is still closed
- B4501 Denbigh to Cerrigydrudion is still closed
- Travellers Inn to Tremeirchion off the A55 is still closed
- Many smaller routes remain impassable
Bus routes are also still being affected.
The council is advising anyone with problems to contact Denbighshire Customer Services on 01824 706100 (Welsh line) or 01824 706101 (English).
The A5 is closed because of snow between Corwen and Llangollen.
Denbighshire County Council say that fallen trees are causing disruption across the county. They say that 25cm of snow has fallen in places with deep drifts in many places.
The Council say that contractors have been working since 4 am trying to clear fallen trees and that additional contractors have now also been deployed.
Many minor roads are impassable but the Council has deployed the agricultural
contractors to clear these.
- A5 is still blocked by fallen trees between Llangollen and Corwen
- A5104 between Llandegla and Corwen
- A542 Horseshoe Pass
- Gwaenysgor Hill, Prestatyn
- Fforddlas, Prestatyn - due to a fallen electricity pole
– Denbighshire County Council statement
At the moment council gritting crews are concentrating on keeping the A roads open as conditions are particularly difficult on the A494 at the Clwyd Gate and along the A525 between Ruthin and Wrexham. Elsewhere crews are working on Rhuallt hill on the A55 and in the Tremeirchion area where conditions are again said to be relatively bad.
The council says Denbighshire's project team is forging ahead with the construction work on the Rhyl Harbour redevelopment.
The project is funded by Denbighshire, Sustrans, the Welsh Government and the European Regional Development Fund.
Over the last few months, some 27 tonnes of steel reinforcement have been fitted within the central caisson for the bridge, in readiness for a mass concrete pour that took place last week.
This has formed the plant room for the lifting mechanism and will provide the base for the mast of the bridge.
All lanes are now open, recovery work completed and broken down lorry removed on the A55 Westbound at J29 (Pant-y-dulath).