A YELLOW weather warning for rain is in force for the next few days.
This is impacting mainly Gwynedd and Anglesey.
There is also a yellow weather warning for rain for Denbighshire on Halloween (October 31) and Monday, November 1.
The Met Office said: “Several further spells of heavy rainfall are likely to impact this region, bringing some further localised flooding and travel disruption.”
Residents should expect:
- Flooding of a few homes and businesses (likely)
- Affected bus and train services with journey times taking longer
- Spray and flooding on roads
Gwynedd council tweeted: “The stormy weather means that driving conditions are challenging at present, especially in parts of Dwyfor.
“If you need to travel, leave plenty of time and drive to the conditions.
“If a sign says that a road is closed, please respect this and follow the alternative route signs.”
The stormy weather means that driving conditions are challenging at present, especially in parts of Dwyfor. If you need to travel, leave plenty of time and drive to the conditions. If a sign says that a road is closed, please respect this and follow the alternative route signs. pic.twitter.com/7JVcDQaceS
— CyngorGwyneddCouncil (@CyngorGwynedd) October 29, 2021
Traffic Wales North & Mid tweeted: “Met Office have issued new #WeatherWarnings for rain across the region from today (October 29) until Monday November 1.
“Take care if you’re planning on travelling this weekend. Check before you travel.”
There is a ‘flood alert’ for areas around the river Conwy from Dolwyddelan to Conwy
A spokesperson from Natural Resources Wales said: “In addition to the area detailed, some localised flooding problems may result from surface water. River levels are above normal. We will continue to monitor the situation.”
There is also an alert in place for rivers across the whole of the island of Anglesey.