Motorists face a difficult commute after fresh flooding across parts of Powys.

Vehicles have been left stranded on the A483 between Sarn Bryn Caled roundabout near Welshpool and Belan. The A490 between The Square and Compass Pub at Cilcewydd and the roundabout is impassable due to flooding.

'Dangerous' tree branches have closed part of the A483 near Abermule. The closure is in place half-a-mile north of the village while branches are cleared from the road.

Fire crews from Llanfair Caereinion rescued a person from a car that became stuck in flood water at Cyfronydd. The A458 remains impassable in both directions as river levels continue to rise.

At Caerhowel, near Abermule, a farmer managed to pull a HGV lorry from flood water before firefighters from Welshpool and Montgomery had arrived.

At about 1pm, the A483 between Llanelwedd and Builth Wells reopened following flooding in the area.

Network Rail said on Tuesday morning that the Cambrian Line had reopened after earlier problems.

Heavy rain overnight has seen Natural Resources Wales (NRW) put in place seven flood warnings and three alerts across Powys.

Flood warnings were issued for the River Severn at Welshpool including Leighton Bridge, River Severn at Buttington, River Severn at Berriew, River Severn at  Cilcewydd, River Severn at Trehelig, River Severn at Caerhowel, River Severn at Pool Quay and Trewern, River Severn at Dolwen and Llandinam, River Severn at Abermule and Fron, River Severn at Aberbechan, river Wye at Builth Wells and the River Wye at Glasbury.

Roads that could be affected by flooding include Manthrig Lane in Caersws, the A489 trunk road at Caersws, the Abermule area, A483 at the Moors Straight, Welshpool, A490 at Cilcewydd and the Trehelig Crossroads, A483 between Wernllwyd and Sarn-y-bryn-caled, and the B4381 at Lower Leighton. 

Pant Mawr, near Llangurig, saw 23.8mm of rainfall in around four or five hours from Monday afternoon.