You’ll have seen the news about Storms Dudley and Eunice which looks to affect Wrexham from Wednesday.
We’re expecting very heavy rain and an amber weather warning is in place over the next few days.
The Lower Dee Valley is on flood alert. To keep up-to-date with this and news on both storms, follow the Met Office and Natural Resources Wales on Twitter.
Storms Dudley and Eunice are to impact the UK this week, bringing high winds and the potential for some snow.
Get the latest outlook ???? and follow @metoffice for more updates. #StormDudley #StormEunice #TwoStorms
— Met Office News (@metofficenews) February 15, 2022
How to report issues
While we’re hoping Wrexham avoids the worst of the weather, you can report any issues (e.g. storm damage, fallen trees etc) to the council on the following numbers:
- Office hours (8.30am-5pm) 01978 298989
- Out of hours 01978 292055
- Housing repairs for council tenants (24hrs) 01978 298993
Any issues with power-outages can be reported by calling 105 (Powercut 105 is a free service that will put you through to your local network operator for help and support).
Remember that if there’s an immediate threat to life during any adverse weather event, you should always call 999.
Councillor David A Bithell, Lead Member for Environment and Transport, says:
“The council’s environment teams are out in the county borough checking hotspot areas and stretches of road that tend to flood, and doing everything we can to prepare.
“We can’t know exactly how much Wrexham will be affected by the storms, but our teams are ready to respond to any local problems it causes.
“It’s important that everyone stays safe and takes extra care over the coming days during the adverse weather.”