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FLOOD FORECAST STATEMENT

Natural Resources Wales

Natural Resources Wales is urging people across Wales to remain alert for the risk of localised flooding as the unsettled weather continues.

Forescasts indicate that the next band of heavy rainfall is likely to pass through south Wales counties from the early hours of tomorrow morning (25/10).

With ground remaining saturated from rainfall during the week, water will quickly find it’s way into streams, ditches and rivers with the potential for localised flooding.

With leaves littering pavements and roads, there is also a risk that blocked drains will cause flooding of road surfaces, causing traffic disruption.

The forecast remains unsettled, with more heavy rain and strong winds forecast across the whole of the country throughout Sunday and Monday.

Officers will be monitoring river levels closely over the weekend, checking they are clear of blockages and making sure that flood defences are operating efficiently.

People are advised to keep an eye on weather forecasts over the weekend and local news bulletins for information about any disruption in their area.

Flood alerts and flood warnings are updated on the Natural Resources Wales website every 15 minutes and are available to view at www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk/alerts

Information and updates are also available by calling Floodline on 0845 988 1188 via Natural Resources Wales’s twitter account: @natreswales.

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