Supertides threaten Welsh coast with flooding

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Image by Peter Collins / CC BY-SA 2.0

Flood warnings are in place along the Welsh coastline as spring tides reached their highest levels for almost twenty years. The tides reached an 18-year peak over the weekend, flooding properties and threatening road closures. The areas affected include destinations popular with tourists such as Pembrokeshire, the Wye Valley and Anglesey as well as Cardiff and Swansea. Read more: bbc.co.uk

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