The Met Office has issued another weather warning for Ceredigion for the third day in a row today (18 June).
The weather forecasters have put out a yellow weather warning, which means there is a “danger to life”.
Ceredigion has already seen heavy rain this morning, with rain set to pound the county for the rest of the day.
And anyone hoping for a return of the summer sunshine tomorrow will likely be disappointed, with the miserable weather set to last at least another day.
Brief spells of sunshine might break through later in the day on Friday, but for the most part all towns across the county will be fairly rainy.
Fortunately, the clouds are set to disperse come Saturday.
Ceredigion has luckily avoided any floods over the last couple of days – but unfortunately, the same can’t be said for elsewhere in the country.
Residents of Rhondda Cynon Taf have had to flee their homes after the council said almost 200 properties in the borough had been hit by significant flooding after storms swept across Wales on Wednesday.
Residents of Pentre say this is the third time they have been hit by flooding this year.
— Bethan Clare Hughes (@bethanhloreal) June 17, 2020
The village flooded twice during February’s storms with the cost of the damage estimated at up to £5m.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council said they have “deployed additional resources” and are responding “proactively.”
Labour MP for the Rhondda Chris Bryant says many families have been hit.
The scene today pic.twitter.com/fqMF50UkGG
— Chris Bryant (@RhonddaBryant) June 17, 2020