The British newspaper “Express” has confirmed that a flood alert has been issued in the UK as the north coast of North Wales prepares for heavy rains.
Authorities have issued flood warnings for much of the North Wales coast – a week after heavy rains.
He pointed out that fears about the possibility of rivers flowing along the coasts of South Wales were very high and that Natural Resources Wales had issued a series of flood warnings covering large areas of the coast.
He explained that these warnings include Lyon Island and Cardigan Bay
He noted that the Sepstow area could be affected by waves and the Usk Estuary area, which includes Newport, could be affected.
On the coast of Camartinshire, winds of southwesterly winds are expected to be between five and six degrees Celsius, reaching 31 miles per hour, he said.
Natural Resources Wells added: “The waves are expected to be small and moderate, so be careful on beaches, parks and low-lying areas.”
In Barmouth, a flood warning for more waves at 9pm is now in effect, and warns that flooding is imminent and people should be “prepared”.
Last week, floodwaters closed the A55 highway to England and halted train services between Holyhead and Bangor.
The Met Office has not issued any weather warnings, however, with strong winds and heavy rain expected in many parts of North Wales over the weekend.
The Met Office forecast winds of 41 mph in Aberystwyth, 35 mph in Carmarthen and 37 mph in Swansea.
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