FLOOD warnings for south Denbighshire remain in place after rain battered the region over the weekend.

The River Dee was at high levels as Corwen saw extensive flooding on Saturday, while Llyn Tegid in Bala overflowed forcing the closure of nearby roads.

Denbighshire Free Press:

High water levels at Llyn Tegid caused flooding in the lakeside leisure centre on Saturday. Picture: Sarah Lind

Natural Resources Wales has maintained its flood warning, which cautions flooding is expected, for the Upper Dee Valley from Llanuwchllyn to Llangollen including Corwen, and the Lower Dee Valley from Llangollen to Trevalyn Meadows.

A flood alert, warning flooding is possible, is still in place in Bala. The town's the leisure centre, Tegid Street and the High Street were affected during the weekend.

NRW's flood report said: "Lake levels at Llyn Tegid are falling and are expected to do so for the next 24 hours.

Denbighshire Free Press:

Llyn Tegid overflowed on Saturday. Picture: Bala Lake Hotel & Activity Base/Facebook

"River levels at Bala and Corwen are falling and are expected to continue."

In Llangollen, NRW said "river levels are above normal but flooding of property is not expected at the moment.

"Flood defences are now in operation and the situation on site is being constantly monitored."