THE tally of flood warnings in Wales is now above 20.

As of 1.36pm, Natural Resources Wales says there are 21 flood warnings in place, as well as 44 flood alerts.

There is a flood warning in place for the Lower Dee Valley from Llangollen to Trevalyn Meadows.

Natural Resources Wales stated: "In addition to the area detailed, some localised flooding problems may result from surface water.

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

"River levels are above normal but flooding of property is not expected at the moment.

"River levels at Farndon are rising and are expected to do so for the next 18-24 hours."

There is also a flood warning in place for the River Severn at Pool Quay and Trewern.

A flood alert is in place for the upper Dee Valley from Llanuwchllyn to Llangollen, including Corwen, with river levels above normal.

Flood alerts are in place for Mold, the Dyfi catchment, the Dysynni catchment, the Mawddach and Wnion catchment, the Conwy catchment, the Clwyd catchment and the Alyn catchment.

North Wales Police is reporting that the A525 at Marchwiel is closed due to flooding.