More heavy rain is forecast for Wales today as the clear up after Storm Dennis continues.

A yellow weather warning for rain is in place in some of the worst hit areas until 2pm on Thursday, February 20.

Storm Dennis left a wake of destruction with hundreds hit by devastating flooding.

Forecasters warn the latest rainfall is likely to become particularly prolonged over areas of high ground, leading to the chance for flooding and travel disruption.

Several roads remain closed and there are restrictions on some bridges in Wales as high winds continue.

Met Office meteorologist Mark Wilson says: "Gradually through today the rain will clear its way away from the UK, but before that happens we're talking about quite a bit more rain in places.

"There will be some heavy winds and then something a bit brighter but colder with some showers around."

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is due to visit areas affected by flooding in south Wales today.

There is 'more rain to come'

There is a yellow warning in place for parts of Wales today, but the rain is to move away during the day.

Met Office meteorologist Mark Wilson said: “The rain is particularly affecting northwestern parts of the UK, where some of the rain is quite heavy and many areas will see rain into today.

“Gradually through tomorrow the rain will clear its way away from the UK, but before that happens we’re talking about quite a bit more rain in places.

“There will be some heavy winds and then something a bit brighter but colder with some showers around.”

Mr Wilson added: “A lot of places are very sensitive after recent rainfall and, unfortunately, there is more rain to come. There’s no real sign of things settling down weather-wise.”