Travel has been disrupted as Storm Callum hits Wales.
A train is being evacuated after it was stranded in Abercynon in Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Heavy rainfall has flooded the tracks.
The Aberdare train has stopped near Penrhiwceiber Station.
Brad Williams on board the train has told ITV Wales that the flood water is high.
Network rail are at the scene and passengers have had to make their way off on inflatable walkways.
The Met Office have warned this may cause local rivers to rise as ferries between Wales and Ireland have been cancelled.
Traffic Wales say a stretch of the A465 is closed in both directions between the Rhigos roundabout and Hirwaun roundabout due to flooding.
A falling tree narrowly missed a house in Penylan, Cardiff today.
For 40 years Wyn Morris watched the tree grow, today he went outside to find it had landed on his weeks old car.
Wales has seen the worst of the wind - with gusts of up to 86mph recorded in Capel Curig as strong gales and heavy rain hit south east and south west Wales.
Arriva Trains Wales has preemptively cancelled all services today between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog due to adverse weather conditions.
There will be no train services between Swansea and Carmarthen on Friday or Saturday between 7am and 11am or after 7pm due to anticipated flooding.
The A465 Heads of the Valleys road has been closed in both directions from Rhigos to Hirwaun due to flooding.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for rain covering the whole of Rhondda Cynon Taf on Friday, with an increased risk of localised flooding.
Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) Council say it is putting in place increased resources throughout Friday and into Saturday.
RCT Council is also asking residents to do what they can to help, including removing leaves and debris from private drains and putting out sandbags where necessary.
It is also asking people to look out for the safety of elderly and vulnerable neighbours during the weather surge.