There's one flood warning and 13 flood alerts in force from South Wales to the North.
The warning is for Dyfi Bridge, the A487 and extensive areas of agricultural land.
The alerts cover the following areas:
- River Wye in Powys
- Rivers in the Llynfi and Ogmore catchments
- Rivers in the Neath catchment
- Rivers in the upper Teifi catchment upstream of Llanybydder including Llanybydder
- Rivers in North Ceredigion including the Rheidol, Ystwyth, Melindwr and Ceunant
- Areas around the river Mawddach and river Wnion, from Fairbourne to Ganllwyd and Rhydymain
- River Severn and its tributaries in Powys
- Afon Vyrnwy, Afon Tanat and Afon Cain & their tributaries
- Isolated properties and extensive areas of agricultural land in the Lower Dee flood plain
- Areas around the river Conwy from Dolwyddelan to Conwy
- Isolated properties and extensive areas of agricultural land in the Upper Dee flood plain
- Areas around the river Dyfi, from Dinas Mawddwy and Llanbrynmair to the estuary, including Machynlleth
- River Ely
The A487 Dyfi Bridge is closed in both directions because of flooding between Ffordd Mynydd Griffiths and the A493.
Services are suspended on Arriva Trains Wales between Machynlleth and Shrewsbury because of flooding. Buses are replacing trains.
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A yellow 'be aware warning's been issued for parts of North and Mid Wales.
The areas affected are:
The Met Office says the heavy rain will also be accompanied by strong to gale force west or southwest winds.
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