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Hefty rainfall and gusts of wind are causing issues for travellers after forecasters granted a yellowish "be mindful" warning for areas of mid and north Wales.
Flooding has affected some roads in addition to rail solutions.
The warning, from 08:00 GMT to 20:00, in addition stated snow could fall on higher floor in north Wales.
At Capel Curig in Snowdonia there have been gusts of nearly 70mph (112km/h).
Train lines closed as a result of flooding
- Bangor to Holyhead in both guidelines - replacement coach solution
- Llanrwst to Blaenau Ffestiniog - replacement bus solution
- Cambrian range (Shrewsbury-Newtown-Machynlleth-Aberystwyth-Barmouth-Harlech-Pwllheli)
Arriva Trains Wales stated it may possibly be not able to offer a replacement bus service for Cambrian line travellers.
"because of the scenario with all the roadways, we can not guarantee something will be provided. We're strongly advising folks never to travel unless absolutely necessary." said a spokesman.
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A few roads were closed as a result of flooding, such as the A494 at Bala, Gwynedd.
Additionally, there are reports of floods on elements of the A55 with one lane closed westbound between J14 and J12 near Abergwyngregyn, Gwynedd.
On Anglesey, drivers of high-sided cars are now being recommended in order to avoid the A55 Britannia Bridge because of strong winds.
Conwy and Denbigh Castle tweeted that "extreme weather condition" had required them to shut briefly, although their shops stay open.
The current weather alert covers north Wales and Ceredigion.
The flood warnings protect the Lower Dee Valley, near Wrexham; Llanrwst and Trefriw in Conwy county; streams Mawddach, Wnion and city of Dolgellau in Gwynedd; in addition to Dyfi Valley north of Machynlleth, Powys.