Llanddulas flood warning removed as high tides threat passes

The high sea at Mumbles Head near Swansea
Image caption 89mph gusts were recorded on Saturday at Mumbles Head near Swansea

A flood warning for a village and other alerts around the Welsh coast have been removed as high tides have passed.

Natural Resources Wales said one flood alert - which means be prepared - remains for Swansea Bay and the Gower coast.

Parts of Wales were battered by storms over the weekend.

Winds gusting at up to 89mph (143kph) brought down trees and power lines, leaving 10,000 properties in south and west Wales without power on Saturday.

Flood alerts for Wye Estuary and Usk Estuary were lifted earlier on Tuesday.

Traffic Wales had also reported flooding in Cardiff during the morning on the A48 between A4222 Primrose Hill and A4232/A4050 Port Road at Culverhouse Cross.

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