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Severn Bridge closed as heavy rain and 60mph winds batter Wales – live

Autumn has well and truly arrived with large parts of Wales covered by a Met Office yellow weather warning today and tomorrow. Some surface-water and river flooding is possible in these areas with a yellow weather warning in force for much of both days.

They say that over the course of 36 hours between 50mm and 100mm of rain could fall in the warning areas with the most rain set to fall on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. You can find the areas affected by the weather warning here and go here for an hour-by-hour forecast.

The bad weather, which comes after a deluge at the weekend, has been brought the the remnants of Hurricane Lee that affected parts of America last week. The Met Office says that the "heaviest and most persistent" rain will be across parts of Wales and northwest England and there is a warning of gales of up to 60mph.

The M48 Severn Bridge has been closed in both directions because of high winds and there are reports of several fallen trees on the A470 in Powys, Conwy, and Gwynedd this morning. Natural Resources Wales has one flood alert in place on Tuesday morning on areas around the River Glaslyn and River Dwyryd in Gwynedd. There were also some speed restrictions on the Britannia Bridge because of high winds.

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