Roads have been closed off following reports of flooding across the region.

Natural Resources Wales has issued a series of flood alerts where there may be a risk.

There have been reports of flooding on Station Rod, Deganwy, and flood alerts have been issued for the river Conwy from Dolwyddelan to Conwy - Llanrwst, Trefriw, and Conwy Valley.

Conwy County Councillor for Deganwy Julie Fallon said: "I haven’t seen flooding like this on this stretch of road in a very long time.

"I am just waiting for the Council to come down and assess if the road needs to be closed”

"The rain is still coming down.

"I don’t know how many inches but it’s scary as it covers the pavement too, which is making it pretty much impossible to get to the village for anyone walking."

Motorists are being urged by police to avoid the Black Cat Roundabout as driving conditions are deteriorating.

The B5109 between Beaumaris and Llangoed is closed both ways near Beaumaris.

Motorists are also asked to avoid J11 and J12 of the A55 in the Tal-y-Bont area near Bangor if possible. The road remains open, but conditions are difficult.

Llanrwst and Tal-Y-Cafn bridges are also currently closed due to heavy flooding in the area.

Police are urging people to use alternative routes.

Meanwhile the A525 at Lanfair Dyffryn Clwyd near Ruthin has now reopened after a fallen tree was removed.

While Menai Bridge is open to all vehicles Britannia Bridge is open to all but cyclists, motorcyclists and caravans.

A 30mph speed restriction in place.