A FLOOD alert is in place for parts of Flintshire today as Storm Debi is set to hit the region. 

Natural Resources Wales have issued a flood warning along the North Wales coast from the Dee estuary, with areas of Flintshire set to be affected. 

Over the weekend, the Met Office issued a weather warning for strong winds which is in place from 4am until 6pm today (November 13). 

The Leader: The flood alert.The flood alert. (Image: NRW)

According to NRW, high tide is expected in Liverpool at 10.45am this morning, which will affect the nearby Dee estuary, with flooding of roads and low-lying land expected. 


The alert is in place for areas along the North Wales coast from the Dee estuary to the east coast of Anglesey.

A NRW spokesperson said: "At Liverpool, a Flood Alert is now in force for the high tide at 10:45 AM on Monday 13 November 2023. Flooding of Low-lying land and roads is expected.

"We will continue to monitor the situation. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths, roads, low lying land and estuaries. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris.

"You can monitor the situation in your area by using our 'River Levels, Rainfall and Sea Data' on our website.

"For more information on our Flood Alerts and how we issue them, please visit the ‘How we forecast floods, issue warnings and assess flood risk’ page on our website."