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Met Office issues rare red warning across all of Wales.

Met Office issues red weather warning for parts of Wales. The alert has been upgraded for areas of South Wales from an Amber warning as the country braces for winds of up to 100mph winds.

A “rare” red weather warning has been issued for parts of Wales as Storm Eunice approaches. The forecasting service upgraded the warning on Thursday as it tracks the storm that is developing the Atlantic and is due to hit on Friday. The warning is in place from 7am until 12pm on Friday, February 18th.

The Welsh coast between Swansea and Chepstow, as well as parts of England are included in the red alert area. Read more about how windy it will be where you live in our latest Met Office forecast here.

Under a red alert, the Met Office says to Wales can expect flying debris “resulting in danger to life” and “damage to buildings and homes, with roofs blown off and power lines brought down.”

It also means uprooted trees are likely, and road, bridge and railway line closures.

The Met Office added: “Storm Eunice will bring extremely strong winds across parts of southwest England and south Wales”.

What the Met Office says to expect in areas covered by the red warning:

  • Flying debris resulting in danger to life
  • Damage to buildings and homes, with roofs blown off and power lines brought down
  • Uprooted trees are likely
  • Roads, bridges and railway lines closed, with delays and cancellations to bus, train, ferry services and flights
  • Power cuts affecting other services, such as mobile phone coverage
  • Large waves and beach material being thrown onto coastal roads, sea fronts and homes, including flooding of some coastal properties

Met Office Chief Meteorologist Frank Saunders said: “After the impacts from Storm Dudley for many on Wednesday, Storm Eunice will bring damaging gusts in what could be one of the most impactful storms to affect southern and central parts of the UK for a few years.”

Please take extra care on the roads, with other travel disruptions likely.

Weather warnings are subject to change if conditions alter. Click here for guidance on staying safe during a storm.

Due to the severe weather, we are expecting a high volume of incoming telephone calls. In order for us to be able to manage demand, please only telephone us to report an emergency. You can read a breakdown of what we consider emergency repairs, and non-emergency repairs here.

In case of non-emergency repairs, you can get in touch via our contact page, or by using our Bron Afon Tenant Portal – “My Bron Afon” which offers you 24/7 access to review your balance, recent transactions, and a breakdown of your charges. You can set up Direct Debits, make payments, set up payment plans, calculate budget’s and access several other self-service options.

For anything else, we ask that you either use our online self-help guides or consider telephoning us when demand returns to normal. You can view our self-help guides by clicking here 

Outside of our standard working hours, our Out of Hours team will be available to help with any emergencies. You can contact them and us on 01633 620111.

We thank you for your patience and appreciate your understanding at this time.

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