Flood warnings as more rain set to hit Wales

St Mary Street, Cardigan
Image caption Flooding in Cardigan hit a number of homes earlier this month

Flooding alerts are being issued as bad weather is set to continue this week.

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) warn that the already saturated ground could encourage localised floods if rain persists.

Heavy showers are expected to reach Wales on Monday evening and are likely to be heaviest across south Wales.

NRW are advising people to take extra care on roads because of flooding caused by blocked drains.

South-west Wales was the badly hit by storms this weekend, with several flooding incidents in Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion following a yellow "be aware" warning for the South Wales coast.

MET Office Weather Warnings:

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  • South-west and south-east Wales: South Wales will be the worst affected this week. Rain and strong winds will start hitting coastal towns on Monday evening and persist into the week spreading up the coast from Pembrokeshire to Monmouthshire. Particularly heavy showers are expected on Tuesday. A yellow weather warning covering most of south Wales will last until Wednesday morning.
  • Mid Wales: By Wednesday storms will have spread further north into mid Wales. On Thursday the MET Office will be issuing another yellow weather warning to parts of south and mid Wales, including Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Powys, which will last until Friday morning.
  • North-west and north-east Wales: North Wales will be the least affected this week, with no weather warnings at the moment.

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