STORMY weather inflicted damage on a leisure complex in Rhyl.

On Saturday (December 9), Storm Elin, named by the Irish Meteorological Service, brought some strong winds and rain to parts of the UK.

The windy weather resulted in some damage to the roof at SC2.

SC2 Rhyl posted on their Facebook on Sunday morning (December 10): "Roof update: We are aware of the storm damage to the roof at SC2. This has been assessed and there is no impact on the rest of the building and the surrounding area is safe.

"Ninja Tag is open as normal for festive fun and Santa is on his way!

"Santa has assured us it was the storm and not his sleigh that damaged our roof."

A 'Santa Meet and Greet' in currently running at SC2.

Father Christmas will be in attendance on December 16, 17 and 23. 

Ninja Tag participants can also search high and low to see if they can find a hidden elf in Ninja TAG.

See the SC2 website for further details and to book.

On Monday, the Met Office forecasts patchy rain to start the day in Conwy / Denbighshire but most places will be "dry with sunny spells and lighter winds than of late, before another band of heavy rain moves through overnight. Staying rather mild. Maximum temperature 12 °C."


Andy Page, Met Office Chief Meteorologist, said: “Storm Fergus will conclude what has been an unsettled weekend of weather for the UK. Fergus will bring some strong winds and heavy rain for a time late on Sunday and into the early hours of Monday morning (December 11).  

“While the strongest gusts are expected in the Republic of Ireland, Storm Fergus will bring some windy conditions to western areas, including Irish Sea coasts, while also bringing some potentially impactful rain.

"The rain has potential to be disruptive in parts of northern England and parts of Scotland, especially where it’s falling on very saturated ground.”