THERE are flood warnings in place for many rivers in Wales as Storm Christoph bears down on the country.

A flood alert has been issued by Natural Resources Wales for the River Cadoxton.

Natural Resources Wales reported: "River levels peaked at Dinas Powys at 2.30am and are expected to fall throughout the Cadoxton."

Flood warnings are not yet in place for the River Cadoxton, but Natural Resources Wales will update their website if the situation changes.

Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain in the Vale of Glamorgan, which is in place until at least 12pm tomorrow (January 21).

Natural Resources Wales has also issued flood alerts for the following:

  • Rivers Wye and Monnow in Monmouthshire
  • River Rhymney
  • Rivers Ebbw, Sirhowy and Lwyd
  • River Usk in Powys
  • River Usk in Monmouthshire and Newport

Flood alerts mean that flooding is possible, with aim to ensure that people are prepared for the worst.

Natural Resources Wales has also issued a flood warning - meaning immediate action is needed - to the River Usk from Brecon to Glangrwyne.

For advice on how to prepare for possible flooding, visit