After heavy rain caused flooding across parts of Pembrokeshire yesterday (Monday) the Met Office has now issued a Yellow Warning weather warning of rain for Wednesday.

Persistent and at times heavy rain is expected to spread from the south to north during Wednesday, affecting much of England and Wales.

The rain is expected to ease from the southwest later on Wednesday.

This rain is expected to add to recent downpours and could cause further flooding.

Last night severe weather and surface water flooding, the Council received over 60 calls overnight and provided assistance to the Emergency Services.

Pembrokeshire County Council is still dealing with the clean-up of a number of areas and clearing of drains. 

Road closures remain in place at Gumfreston - Heatherton to Tenby road including Clicketts and also at Walton Hill, Broad Haven. Diversions are in place.

An Emergency Road Closure has been put in place on the C3016 between Crymych and Bwlchygroes as a result of damage to the carriageway caused by the overnight flooding.

Meanwhile here is a list of incidents reported overnight in the north of the county:

Flooding on highway near Withybush Showground entrance and industrial estate. Flood signs erected.
Trafalgar Road junction with city road. Road breaking up due to sewer surcharging. On-going problem during heavy rain. Signs erected.
Flooding on highway at following locations in Haverfordwest – Days Roundabout, Cartlett road near multi-storey system, Barn Court, Barn Street, Thomas Parry roundabout, McDonalds Car Park Merlins Brook breached bank sand bags left.
Flooding at various locations along A478 Haverfordwest to St.Davids road. Flood signs erected.
Portfield to Broad Haven Road flooding. Flood signs erected.
Square & Compass flooding on highway. Signs erected.
Under railway bridge near Winsel tip road flooded. Blocked gullys
Sand bags requested at properties in Hywel Road H/west, Haven Road H/west. Broad Haven and Camrose.
Request from Fire Brigade for traffic management at McDonalds while pumping water from car park across trunk road into Merlins Brook.

Further incidents include:

1  Angle, sandbags deployed.

2 Market Street, Pembroke Dock – Raised manhole cover

3 Rose Cottage, Cresselly – Flooding reported – Sandbags deployed

4 Woodlands Farm, Freystrop – Flooding reported – Beat Team attended.

5 Freystrop – Burst culvert - flooding had subsided when the Beat Team attended

6 Dreenhill, Masons Arms – Flooding reported – Sandbags deployed

7 Little Haven – Old Police Cottage – Flooding reported – Sandbags deployed

8 Broad Haven, Marine Road and Broad Haven School – Flooding reported – Sandbags deployed

9 Heatherton to Tenby, including Clicketts – Full road closure – local diversons in place, due to surface water flooding. This road is still closed until further notice

10 Old Hakin Road, underneath Railway Bridge – Temporary road closure due to surface water flooding and several vehicles caught in flood – cleared blocked drains and reopened road at 0800 hours

11 Broad Haven, Walton Hill – Road closure in place – Surface water flooding – Vehicle stuck in flood. This remains closed until further notice

12 31 Church Street, Pembroke Dock – Flooding reported – Sandbags deployed

13 Sandy Haven, St Ishmaels – Surface water flooding – Beat Team attended – Passable with care

14 Hasguard Cross, Talbenny – Surface water flooding – Flood signs deployed – Passable with care (on arrival, car stuck in flood water – removed by recovery service)

15 Rose Cottage, Talbenny – Surface water flooding – Beat Team attended – Flood signs deployed – Passable with care

16 Old Hakin Road, Refinery – Surface water flooding – Beat Team attended – Flood signs deployed – Passable with care

17 Pill, Lower Priory, Milford Haven – Flooding reported by Fire Service – Request for sandbags – Sandbags deployed, also request for structural engineer to survey the road bridge

18 Crosshands to Templeton – Surface water flooding reported – Beat Team attended – Flood signs deployed – Passable with care

19 Angle, Outside Bus Shelter – Raised Manhole – Beat Team attended and replaced cover

20 Rosemarket, Under Railway Bridge – Stream burst it banks – On attendance by Beat Team, water had receded – No action required

21 Jubilee Villas, Dale – Flooding reported – Beat Team attended – Stream at back of property overflowing – Sandbags deployed

22 Solbury Farm – Off Dale Road – Flooding reported – Beat Team attended – Sandbags deployed