Flood warnings have been issued on Thursday and Friday, 23 and 24 March 2023, for the River Leri at Borth.

Update, 24.03.2023 @14:44

The flood warning for River Leri at Borth is no longer in force.

Update, 24.03.2023 @8:43

A new flood warning has been issued for River Leri in Borth.

Properties at risk include Glanlerry Caravan Park and Animalarium.

The flood warning is based on a tidal forcast, and the high tide is expected today at 10am.

Update, 23.03.2023 @12:35

The flood warning for River Leri at Borth is no longer in force.

Update, 23.03.2023 @10:48

The flood warning for the tidal area at Cardigan is no longer in force.


The warning by Natural Resources Wales is based on the tidal forecast and could remain in place for Friday the 24 March.

For Cardigan properties at risk are adjacent to the Teifi river between Cardigan Bridge and the A487 road bridge, including The Strand, St Mary Street, Gloster Row, Pwllhai. Also the supermarket car park and adjacent properties.  

While in Borth the high tide could lead to overtopping waves and a risk of flooding at nearby properties near Glanlerry caravan park and the Animalarium.

If you are worried or experiencing flooding, call Floodline on 0345 988 1188.

You can visit Natural Resources Wales website to see the current flood warnings in force, check the river and sea levels or keep an eye on the 5-day flood risk forecast: Natural Resources Wales  

You can also follow Ceredigion County Council, Natural Resources Wales and the Met Office on social media for updates on the weather situation.

Any further details will be updated on this page.