STORM Christoph has brought flooding to large swathes of the Teifi Valey.

Flood warnings issued by National Resources Wales are still in place across the Tivyside area, though the heaviest rainfall has now cleared the region after torrential downpours battered the region for for the past couple of days..

The area around Llechryd Bridge is once again badly affected, with flood warnings also in place for the River Teifi at at Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn, Llandysul Bridge and Llanybydder, along with the River Tyweli at Station Road, Llandysul.

Many minor roads are flooded.

It is only a month since similar problems hit the area, with widespread flooding just before Christmas.

An NRW statement said: “The heaviest rainfall has now cleared the area. River levels in the River Teifi are expected to remain high through this morning on Thursday, January 21.

“Llechryd bridge remains closed off so please avoid that area.”

The river levels at Glan Teifi peaked at just over 4.63mm in the early hours of Thursday morning – at the height of Storm Callum back in 2018 it reached 5.99m – while at Llanfair it hit 3.49m compared to 4.3m back in 2018.

In the past hour, river levels have stopped rising.