A warning about a new wave of coastal flooding in the south of Cardiff has been issued ahead of a stormy night.
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) have urged the public to take care and keep from the coastline as high tides and strong winds in south and west Wales are expected to cause flooding from tonight running into tomorrow.
“We strongly advise people to stay clear of promenades and sea fronts as they could be swept away by large waves or hit by debris,” NRW said in a released statement.
“The coastal storm surge is not currently expected to be as severe as at the beginning of January however we are advising people to be precautionary and be prepared in case the situation deteriorates.”
Drivers have also been cautioned today as heavy rainfall in Cardiff could cause road flooding.
This round of extreme weather conditions is predicted to continue until the beginning of next week.
For more information and updates about possible flooding, see the Natural Resources Wales website: www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk/alerts or call Floodline on 0845 988 1188.