THE Met Office has issued another weather warning for the region on Sunday.

A yellow weather warning has been issued for most of England and Wales as Storm Bronagh continues to sweep across the UK.

This comes after heavy rain and strong winds have hit the area for most of the past week.

Shropshire and North Wales have felt the effects of wind and rain, with fallen trees and floods in some areas.

Wrexham County Borough Council had to tend to several issues in Chirk on Thursday (September 20).

A spokesperson for WCBC said: "Three issues were reported to us yesterday.

"A tree had fallen on the bus shelter in Chirk village. We have closed off the bus bay until the issue is resolved.

"We were also made aware of two floods - one at the bottom of the hill by the Bridge Inn which was cleared, and one on Castle Walks which was also cleared."

The Met Office website says that people in Oswestry may experience some short term power loss and delays to road and rail transport.

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