A FLOOD alert is in place across parts of Wrexham today (November 14).

Natural Resources Wales has confirmed that the flood alert is in place for areas around the River Dee from Llangollen to Trevalyn Meadows. 

The alert comes following Storm Debi that hit the UK yesterday, with a flood alert in place for large parts of Flintshire on Monday.

A number of areas in Wrexham have experienced flooding in recent weeks following Storms Babet and Ciaran, with concerns being raised in Bangor on Dee over potential flood damage. 

Residents in Sandycroft have also called for action to be taken to address flooding issues.


NRW say that flooding is expected and that residents can keep up to date via the NRW website. 

A spokesperson said: "River levels are expected to be above normal. Flooding of low-lying land and roads is expected.

"We will continue to monitor the situation. 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."