Posted: Thu 21st Jan 2021

Storm Christoph: Roads remain closed in Flintshire following flooding

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jan 21st, 2021

A number of roads remain closed this morning after heavy rain from Storm Christoph caused flooding across the region.

In an update at 10.50AM Flintshire council said the following roads remain closed due to flooding:

A548 Coast Road – Tan Llan

A548 Coast Road – Mostyn

A548 – Flint to Bagillt (westbound only) by Shell garage

Rhewl Fawr Road (Penyffordd, Holywell)

A5118 Chester Road – Padeswood

A541 Wrexham Road Llong to Pontblyddyn

Manor Road, Hawarden

A5104 Main Road, Broughton

A55 Off slip Northop

Ffordd Las Cymau (Land Slide)

Bretton Road (Traffic lights)

Higher Kinnerton Road

High Street, Bagillt is passable with care

North Wales Police have issued a warning about travel today, the force has said: “If you are undertaking essential travel this morning, please drive carefully.”

“There has been considerable rain & snowfall across the region with many routes flooded and impassable.”

“Don’t make unnecessary trips & ensure you have correct clothing and supplies in your vehicle.”

Traffic and travel service Inrix reports the following:

The A5480 Countess Way is closed both ways from A540 Parkgate Road (Blacon roundabout) to A5116 Liverpool Road (Parkgate roundabout).

Thanks to Dave for the photo of Main Road in Broughton taken on Wednesday afternoon.

 

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