Flood warnings remain in place across parts of the region as the task of mopping up begins.

Natural Resources Wales issued more Flood Warnings yesterday evening which mean 'Flooding is expected - immediate action required' before this morning standing them down revealing they were 'no longer in force'.

These included the River Elwy, at St Asaph, including parts of the Roe, Tan-y-Bryn, Ashley Court and Dean's Walk, the River Elwy Rhuddlan and River Elwy Lower Denbigh Road.

The River Elwy last burst its banks in 2012, claiming one life and flooding hundreds of properties.

NRW has also stood down Flood Alerts where 'Flooding is possible and people should be prepared' for Conwy and areas around the river Conwy from Dolwyddelan to Conwy, North Gwynedd from Abergwyngregyn to Aberdaron.

Flood alerts have been stood down this morning for two areas which bore the brunt of yesterday's downpours.

As of 9am this morning (Sunday) the more serious Flood Warnings have been withdrawn from Conwy Valley, the villages of Dolgarrog, Tal y Bont, Tal y Cafn, Maenan and Betws y Coed, River Conwy at Gwydir Road, and Llanrwst including parts of the town including Station Road, Conwy Terrace, Perthi, Cae Person and Parc yr Eryr.

Natural Resources Wales still has four Flood Warnings out of five in place in North Wales, and three Flood Alerts for the region in place out of 13 across the country.

The four Flood Warnings include Bala, its leisure centre, High Street and Tegid Street, isolated properties and extensive areas of agricultural land in the Upper Dee Valley, from Llanuwchllyn to Llangollen including Corwen.

Plus Bangor-on-Dee and isolated properties in Lower Dee Valley from Llangollen to Trevalyn Meadows.

Natural Resources Wales tweeted its teams had been out checking defences, installing temporary barriers and pumping water away from people’s homes to reduce the risk as much as possible.

Keith Ivens, Flood and Water Operations Manager for Natural Resources Wales said: "We have every sympathy with anyone who has been affected by the flooding this weekend.

We will continue to target our resources to protect lives, livelihoods, and homes as directed by the Welsh Government."

Despite the news of flood warnings being withdrawn North Wales Police were advising motorists to take care.

"There are various signs across North Wales currently advising and urging people not to try and use certain roads following the atrocious weather," tweeted North Wales Police this morning (Sunday).

"Please DO NOT IGNORE these warning signs or try your luck."