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Warning of yet more Pembrokeshire flooding as 70mph winds set to hit coastline

PICTURE: Colin Riddle

PICTURE: Colin Riddle

First published in News
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Pembrokeshire is facing yet another battering from wind and high tides tomorrow (Monday).

Current forecasts suggest there is risk of flooding in parts of Pembrokeshire on Monday morning.

Flood warnings are in place at: Amroth, Angle, Dale, Haverfordwest, Newgale and Lower Town, Fishguard.

Forecasts suggest gusts of around 70 mph coinciding with high tides. This increases the likelihood of roads becoming flooded causing traffic disruption.

The tide times for the warning areas are as follows: Amroth - 0824 hours Angle - 0830 Dale - 0830 Haverfordwest - 0858 Newgale - 0845 Lower Town Fishguard - 0936.

Particular concern is centred around travel at peak times during the high tides at these locations. Pembrokeshire County Council work crews will be in attendance at these higher risk areas.

For the latest update and advice on how to be prepared visit: www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/alerts

For up to date information on the weather, please view the Met Office website at www.metoffice.gov.uk

For all information about flooding and flood alerts, please view the Natural Resources Wales website at www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk

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