Flood Alert Info - Rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth

Area Description

Rivers in North Ceredigion including the Rheidol, Ystwyth, Melindwr and Ceunant .

This is a Flood Alert Area. For this area the highest level of flood notification that you will receive is a Flood Alert. No Flood Warnings or Severe Flood Warnings are issued for this area.
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Flood Alert Currently in Force

There are no Flood Alerts currently in force for this area. See below for historical flood warnings.

Area Covered by this Flood Alert

The orange highlighted area on the map below outlines the area covered by this Flood Alert.
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Flood Alert History

Number of historic Flood Alerts that have previously been recorded for this area:
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Historical Flood Alert Messages for this Area


Flood Alert issued on 22 Jan 2018 10:12
South West
Following the heavy and prolonged rainfall yesterday on Sunday 21st January river levels in the Rheidol remain high. River levels peaked overnight and are beginning to recede, this flood alert is likely to be removed this afternoon on Monday 22nd January as the river levels continue to fall throughout the morning.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Jan 2018 15:22
South West
The rainfall is forecast to continue until 4:00 PM today, Sunday 21st January. The heaviest rainfall is expected to continue. The combination of ground conditions, existing river levels and forecast rainfall quantities gives a high risk of flooding of low-lying land during the next 12 hours


Flood Alert issued on 27 Nov 2017 04:20
South West
The rainfall is forecast to continue until 04:30 AM on 27th November 2017. The combination of ground conditions, existing river levels and forecast rainfall quantities gives a high risk of flooding of low-lying land overnight. .