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Clean-up operation continues after severe storms

A clean-up operation is underway following severe storms across Wales. People in Aberystwyth were evacuated Monday as winds of up to 70 miles per hour were forecast. Damage caused by the storms could cost millions to repair.

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'Be prepared' warning of strong winds

January's storm brought strong winds and tidal surges Credit: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

The Met Office has issued an Amber 'be prepared' warning of strong winds for South and South West Wales.

Forecasters are predicting speeds of up to 70 mph.

'The public should be prepared for the risk of further disruption to transport and power due to fallen trees. Additionally, dangerously large waves will over top coastlines and bring the risk of further erosion and damage.' - Met Office.

There are four flood warnings and seven flood alerts in force from Anglesey to Gower

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