Storm Jorge has caused major disruption across parts of Wales with pubic transport cancelled and water levels in rivers exceedingly high.
A "critical incident" was declared on Saturday morning by South Wales Police following flooding and severe weather but it has since been stood down.
South Wales Police have said the situation will be monitored throughout the day and agencies remain prepared if further issues arise.
The emergency services are co-coordinating a multi-agency response with various local authorities and health boards.
The police have said organisations like Natural Resources Wales are working continuously to ensure the safety and welfare of those affected and to "minimise damage to infrastructure and property, and minimise disruption."
Areas affected around Newport, Pontypridd, Rhondda and Ely, Cardiff have been attended by the emergency services however some roads are still closed.
At its peak Ely Bridge on Cowbridge Road was closed for around 2 hours.
Superintendent Andy Kingdom, Gold commander, said: “I would like to thank all our emergency services and partners for their assistance and professionalism.
South Wales Police are warning the public to:
- Remain indoors, unless your journey is absolutely necessary.
- Steer well clear of dangers such as waterways.
- In an emergency, dial 999 – let highly skilled emergency service and rescue staff deal with incidents safely.
- Monitor local media and social media accounts for relevant organisations for updates.
Treherbert, Rhondda Cynon Taf, experienced around 130mm of rainfall in 48 hours and wind speeds in some parts are expected to reach 70mph.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning beginning at 12pm on Saturday and lasting until 12pm on Sunday, March 1.
The Met Office forecast says: "Strong winds will move into south-western parts of the UK by Saturday afternoon, and steadily move north-east through the course of Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning."
Rhondda Cynon Taf council has said: “All our roads are open and passable with care, with surface water present on many routes.
The worst of the weather is hitting areas that have already been hard hit by Storm Dennis two weeks ago and the areas have yet to fully recover.
Tin Plate Allotments in Pontypridd has suffered extreme damage after weeks of storms.
This footage was taken by Kevin Fortey:
Transport for Wales has issued a statement updating passengers on the rail services:
Speed restrictions on certain lines will also be in place on Saturday afternoon from 3pm until 8pm.
Transport for Wales have said a number of lines remain closed and urge customers to check before they travel.