Storm Callum caused havoc across North Wales on Friday with winds over 70mph recorded.
A fallen tree has forced Penrhyn Castle to close today (Saturday) and high winds caused the perimeter wall to collapse at Bangor City Football ground, while today’s fixture against Flint Town has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Gwynedd Council abandoned attempts to collect refuse and recycling in Bangor due to safety fears, it’s hoped they will catch up with collections over the weekend.
Britannia Bridge was closed to all vehicles for a while, later reopening to cars only.
North Wales Police were extremely busy with weather-related calls, with standing water, fallen trees & branches causing problems on the roads.
The A5 from Ogwen Cottage to Capel Curig was closed overnight due to a landslide at Nant Ffrancon near Bethesda.
Ferries between Holyhead and Dublin were also cancelled.
A Met Office weather warning remains in place for Saturday (Between 00:00 Sat 13th and 23:59 Sat 13th) with further heavy and persistent rainfall expected with further flooding possible.
Storm Callum doing some damage yesterday. pic.twitter.com/bn6cmSswZK
— Bangor City FC (@bangorcityfc) October 13, 2018
Storm damage at Bangor City and a fallen tree at Penrhyn Castle (Main Photo top)