Adverse Weather Updates

Information about Vale of Glamorgan Council services will be posted here in the event of snow, flooding or adverse weather conditions.


Extreme heat advice

How to keep yourself safe during extreme heat:

  • Stay hydrated by drinking water or squash

  • Wear a high UV and SPF sunscreen

  • Wear light, loose fitted clothing and a hat to protect your head and neck

  • Avoid the sun between 11am – 3pm if possible, or seek shade regularly


Find information on how to stay safe in extreme hot weather:



Heightened risk of fires during hot and dry weather

Weather conditions for the next few days will be extremely hot and dry. This means there will be a very high risk of accidental fires.


We want people to enjoy our green spaces in the sunshine. We also want to ensure their safety.  


Lighting any open flame, like a BBQ, firepit, or campfire, in these conditions is reckless and can easily cause a serious fire.  


We’re not trying to take the fun out of the heatwave, but for the sake of our parks – and of our staff and emergency services working in very high temperatures – please do not light fires or BBQs in our parks, country parks, beaches or along the heritage coast this weekend. 




Adverse weather directory

A directory of useful resources to help you prepare for and cope with different forms of adverse weather: 


Met Office


Met Office

Public Transport


Traveline Cymru


A limited number of sandbags are available for Vale residents to collect.




C1V Contact Centre

If you have an emergency you can call us on this number 24hrs a day 365 days a year.


  • 01446 700111

Traffic and Roads


Traffic Wales