Flood alerts remain in place across parts of Powys today as the wintry weather continues in the county.

Natural Resources Wales issued alerts for the Lower Severn Catchment and the Vyrnwy Catchment on Monday (November 13), and they remain in place as of Tuesday morning.

On the Severn, a statement accompanying the alert says: "Flooding of low-lying land and roads is expected.

"Roads close to Cilcewydd, Trehelig , Welshpool and Llandrinio could also be affected with rising river levels."

On the Vyrnwy it adds: "Roads close to Meifod Bridge, the B4393 near Llansantffraid Bridge and the B4398 at New Bridge Llanymynech could also be affected by the rising levels."

After a wet morning, northern Powys is expected to be dry for most of today.