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Weather updates for Storm Dennis

0820 update, Monday

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TRAFFIC update (08.20, Monday)

All roads in Swansea are open this morning except between Cheriton and Landimore on Gower following landslip yesterday.

@metoffice yellow warning for wind still in place so please drive carefully.

14.30 Sunday

Swansea Council's highways team responded to well over 70 calls on Saturday night and Sunday morning, fielding reports of flooding and trees blown down in high winds due to Storm Dennis.

Six teams were on duty, including a JCB, gully clearance machines and mechanical brushes.

Roads closed due to the adverse weather included the A4118 at Oxwich, the A4067 Glais to Pontardawe and Birchgrove Road.

A number of locations in Glais, Clydach, Ynystawe and the Swansea Enterprise Park were also affected by flood water.

Council highways and trees teams also responded to incidents in Dyfatty Street, Nantong Way, Cockett Road, Heol Las, Ynys Allan Road, Pant Lasau Road, Bryn y Mor Road, Gowerton, Swansea Road, Llangyfelach and West Street, Gorseinon.

Current position: 

A landslip has closed the road between Landimore and Cheriton on Gower and is not expected to be open before tomorrow. It's hoped  Ynyspenllwch Road will re-open later today if water subsides sufficiently.

All other roads are open, though drivers are advised to look out for localised flooding. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for wind that's expected to affect the Swansea area overnight and into tomorrow morning.

Thank you to our residents for their support and patience. Please go safe.

9.30 update

Good morning, residents are being advised by @swpolice not to travel this morning unless absolutely necessary. There is some flooding in Clydach, Glais, Ynystawe and on the Swansea Enterprise park. Council staff are working with the police to prioritise flooding issues.

For the latest information go to Flooding: @NatResWales Travel: @TrafficWalesS Fire & Rescue: @mawwfire @SWFireandRescue

Swansea Council emergency contact numbers can be found here:

3pm, Saturday:

Latest weather forecast for Swansea suggests there will be heavy, persistent rain overnight and winds of up to 60mph on exposed coasts.

Natural Resources Wales has issued a flood alert for the Upper Tawe and Tawe Uchaf areas, including parts of Clydach, Glais and Ynystawe.

Residents are urged to take care outside and on the roads and can expect localised flooding in some areas overnight and into Sunday morning.

The Met Office has updated its weather warning for Swansea from yellow to Amber. Forecasters say the heaviest of the wet weather is expected late Saturday and through to Sunday morning.

Swansea Council's highways teams are on duty throughout the weekend to deal with flooding and other weather incidents.

Council and other emergency numbers can be found at this link:

NRW flood alert information can be found here:

Met Office alerts can be found here:  




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