Ceredigion coast

Flood Alert

Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th April, set to occur at approximately 9:30 AM and 9:50 PM at Aberystwyth local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

This information last updated 12:43pm, Monday 16th April.

Flood Warning Area Details

Ceredigion coast between Clarach Bay, north of Aberystwyth and Cardigan

Region: Wales

Watercourses covered: Irish Sea

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Ceredigion coast.

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