A clean-up operation is continuing in Swansea after flash flooding hit the area late on Saturday night.
A yellow 'be aware' alert for rain had been issued by the Met Office for the area, warning of storms which could produce 20-30mm of rain within an hour.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service says crews were in attendance pumping water and clearing roads.
Residents of Brynmill have expressed their shock at seeing the water lapping at their doorsteps.
I had a massive fright last night, the water was one inch away from flooding our family home. I called 999 and saved at least 10 other houses.
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Pictures from Pencader show a road cordoned off after flooding in the village.
A clean-up operation is now underway.
The fire service says it is in the process of pumping out the fish and chip shop in the village after it was inundated by water.
Residents of Pencader have expressed their shock at seeing flash flooding in their village.
I've never ever seen anything like that it was a shock to see that much water.
My house was within 10mm of being flooded
Another eye witness, Zoe Downes described "a river of water flowing alongside the car" she was travelling in.
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Police say the A487 is closed between Dyfi Bridge & Tal-y-Llyn following an accident.
There are long delays in the area.
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The A40 has reopened in both directions following flooding between Trecastle and Halfway.
Dyfed Powys Police warn that a stretch of the A40 is closed due to flooding.
The 'severe' flooding is located between Trecastle and Halfway.
Diversions will be set up by the council, a spokesperson said.