WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE LIKE TODAY?
THE amber weather warning for rain was in place for most parts of South Wales until 6pm yesterday. A separate yellow weather warning for rain covering all of Wales lasted until 11.59pm last night.
The Met Office said the heavy rain would ease briefly overnight to return in the early hours of today.
Drier, calmer weather is then predicted for all areas of Wales by around noon today, before a dry and cool evening with maximum temperatures of 9°C.
“We’re going to see a fairly wet start to Sunday before the rain clears east and rain clears for most of Wales by noon on Sunday. On Sunday afternoon there will be light winds and brighter skies across Wales,” Met Office meteorologist Mark Wilson said. The forecast for next week The Met Office say tomorrow will be largely fine after a chilly start with patchy fog.
Tuesday will become cloudier with a spell of rain overnight, while Wednesday will have sunshine and scattered showers. Flood alerts and warnings As of yesterday evening, Natural Resources Wales listed more than 25 flood warnings and more than 40 flood alerts in Wales.
A flood alert is where flooding is possible and residents are advised to be aware, while a flood warning is where flooding is expected and residents are advised to take immediate action.
To keep up with the latest flood alerts and warnings from Natural Resources Wales, you can visit www. naturalresources.wales/flooding. Trains Various rail routes have been affected by the storm, with disruption set to continue today. Yesterday evening, Arriva Trains Wales said the Heart of Wales line will be closed until further notice due to flooding.
Its website said: “Roads in the area are being blocked by the police due to safety concerns.
“We are advising passengers not to travel until further notice and we are unable to provide road transport due to safety concerns. Please check website for further updates.”