Large waves 'could pose flood risk' in north Wales

waves at Trearddur Bay Image copyright Julie McKenna

Large waves could pose a risk to coastal roads, promenades and homes in north Wales, environment body Natural Resources Wales has warned.

It said the biggest waves were expected to hit the coasts of Denbighshire, Conwy and Anglesey at high tide between 10:30 GMT and 14:00 on Tuesday.

It added the waves could cause some localised flooding.

In total, there are three flood warnings in place for north east, north west and south west Wales.

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