Natural Resources Wales is monitoring conditions as heavy showers, strong winds and large waves could cause flooding along parts of the South Wales coast today and tomorrow.
The weather conditions this evening into Sunday, combined with the high tides, could cause localised flooding with sea spay and overtopping, and disruption to parts of South Wales particularly Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and the Newport coast.
Eight flood alerts are currently in place for the Lleyn Peninsula, Cardigan Bay, Ceredigion coast, Pembrokeshire coast, Carmarthanshire coast, Wye Estuary in Monmouthshire, and the coast from Aberthaw to Severn Bridge Usk Estuary.
Officers from Natural Resources Wales are monitoring sea surge, wind and waves as it could lead to further Alerts being issued and possibly tidal Flood Warnings.
The organisation is in contact with the MET Office and will receive regular updates on the weather situation.
Driving conditions may be difficult at times and the weather may also impact bonfire activities this evening. People in coastal areas should be on their guard from big waves caused by strong winds. The waves can be extremely dangerous and throw up large cobbles.
For the latest on flood alerts and warnings and how you can prepare go to www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk or call Floodline 0845 988 1188.