The after-effects of Storm Isha have been felt around Brecon and Radnorshire, with roads being closed and trees coming down. The Met Office announced a weather warning, with some parts of the UK facing severe disruption to travel.

Online, people have shared their own experiences with trying to get around. One person in Erwood discovered that a tree had fallen and blocked the road.

A tree in Erwood has blocked the road
A tree in Erwood has blocked the road (Alison Price)

Dyfed Powys Police last night said that the A4215 from Defynnog to Libanus, outside Pwllyn Farm Camping, is closed due to another fallen tree. They asked that people avoid the area and find alternative routes.

On the outskirts of Llandrindod Wells, a tree fell onto the road in the direction of Howey. The tree stuck out into the road, and cars were advised to drive carefully in the area.

Elsewhere, a large 'landmark' Beech tree is said to have fallen at the bottom of Hawthorn Lane in Brecon.

Dyfed Powys Police reported last night that the B4599 - Brecon Road in Ystradgynlais between Penrhos estate and the A4067 to Cae'r bont was closed due to a fallen tree. Vehicle users were asked to avoid the area and take alternative routes.

A spokesperson for Powys County Council said: “Storm Isha brought down lots of trees which resulted in the council closing a number of roads as it was too dangerous to clear them in those conditions.

“There were some localised flooding incidents to various carriageways across the county but nothing of any significance and we receive no reports of flooding to properties.

“Our highways team will continue to work through the day to clear fallen trees and re-open roads but there will also be additional storm damage on minor roads which we will not be aware of at this time.”