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Number of historic Flood Alerts that have previously been recorded for this area:
Flood Alert issued on 16 Apr 2018 11:43
Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th April, set to occur at approximately 9:30 AM and 9:50 PM at Aberystwyth local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.
Flood Alert issued on 30 Jan 2018 13:57
High tides are predicted over the next few days from the high tide on Wednesday morning at 7:30am. The wind is forecast to be force 7 from a westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate. Be careful on beaches, promenades and sea front areas. Be careful as sea spray. We will monitor the situation and update accordingly over the next few days.
Flood Alert issued on 31 Dec 2017 13:56
High tides are predicted for the coming week between Sunday 31st December 2017 and Saturday 6th January 2018, with the highest tides around the mid-week period. The weather forecast for the week ahead indicates a spell of stormy weather with onshore gales at times. This will lead to large waves at the coast which will have the potential to create hazardous conditions at high tide. The situation will be constantly monitored by NRW and further updates issued as the week progresses.
Flood Alert issued on 6 Dec 2017 14:50
High tides are predicted this evening Wednesday 6th December and again tomorrow morning Thursday 7th December 2017. Peak tides will occur at 1015pm at Barmouth today, and 1045am tomorrow. The wind is forecast to increase force 7 to gale 8 from the southwest this evening. Offshore waves are expected to be large. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths and roads. Be careful as the waves could be dangerous and may contain debris.
Flood Alert issued on 20 Oct 2017 10:52
High tides are predicted over the weekend, with the worst conditions expected to occur on Saturday morning when large waves are predicted along with a large storm surge. Winds are forecast to increase to Force 8 from a South Westerly direction overnight on Friday and veer Westerly and remain strong throughout Saturday. Offshore waves are expected to increase overnight Friday and remain very large throughout Saturday. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths, roads and low lying land, where coastal flooding is possible. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris.
Flood Alert issued on 16 Oct 2017 11:24
High tides are predicted for this afternoons high tide Monday 16th October. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerley direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. The combination of large waves together with high winds means that wave overtopping is likely in a number of exposed locations around the ceredigion coastline. In particular Aberystwyth sea front is likely to be affected by wave action and debris being swept onto the promenade area. At Aberaeron wave action is likely to affect the quayside in the Harbour. Wave action is also likely to affect the frontage at Borth and Clarach Bay. The majority of the Ceredigion coastline is likely to be affected this afternoon and care needs to be exercised during this stormy period. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris. The time of high tide at Aberystwyth is approximately 6:30 pm this afternoon.
Flood Alert issued on 10 Sep 2017 14:39
A high spring tide of 7.01 metres is forecast at 9:54pm Milford Haven on Sunday 10th September 2017. The tide peak along the Ceredigion coast some one and a half hours later may lead to spray on roads and localised flooding. The wind is forecast to be force 5 from a west south westerly direction and will increase overnight as a Met Office Yellow warning of wind is in place from 00:05 Monday until 11:00 Monday. Aberystwyth sea front, Clarach Bay and Aberaeron may be affected. Although the peak of the tide is at night, the public is advised to be careful if near beaches, promenades, roads and low lying land. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and may contain debris.