Businesses and home owners are being placed on high alert as Chester prepares for more flooding.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for properties close to the River Dee during high tide in the Llandudno area on Friday, January 3 at 11.46am.
Areas including the Groves, Chester Racecourse, Grosvenor Bridge, Greyhound Park, River Lane and New Crane Street are expected to bear the brunt of the flood waters less than two hours later as high winds sweep the region.
Last month high winds saw water pour into businesses, playgrounds and properties across the city as high winds caused the River Dee to breach its banks causing chaos across the region.
Customers were left stranded in cafes, a boat capsized on the Dee and business owners were left with a massive clean-up operation, as the water cascaded over sandbags and drains struggled to cope with the volume of water.
The flood warning, which is the third in less than two months for the area, has been issued for high tide tomorrow.
Residents are urged to monitor the Environment Agency’s website and to call the Floodline 0845 988 1188, selecting option one and entering Quickdial number 02251 to get further information.