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Storms cause damage and disruption in Wales

23 December 2013 Last updated at 13:33 GMT

High winds and heavy rain are causing problems in parts of Wales, with forecasters warning of gales of up to 80mph.

The bad weather brought tricky driving conditions, fallen trees and cancelled trains.

The Met Office has upgraded a rain alert in place for much of south, south west and mid Wales.

Fifteen flood alerts are already in force, including for the Anglesey and Cardigan Bay coast.

Here are some shots of high water and damage on Monday morning in the south Wales valleys and Carmarthenshire.

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