Environment Agency Wales is urging people to remain vigilant against possible further flooding throughout the weekend and into early next week.
Further rain is expected to continue throughout Saturday with the heaviest likely over high ground. Snowdonia is due to be the worst hit with Gwynedd, Conwy Ceredigion, Powys, Carmarthenshire and South Wales also due to experience high rainfall. All parts of Wales are expected to be affected during the day.
Jeremy Parr, from Environment Agency Wales, said: "With strong winds and further heavy rain expected we are continuing to monitor flood risk across Wales. Further flood alerts and flood warnings may be issued and these could remain in place over the weekend and into next week in some places.
"People should stay away from rivers as they can be very high and fast flowing and avoid trying to drive or walk through any flooding. We urge those in coastal areas to be on their guard from big waves caused by very strong winds.
"Our officers on the ground will continue to check flood defences, clear river blockages and install flood barriers where necessary."
If you are concerned about flooding visit environment-agency.gov.uk or call the 24 hour information service Floodline on 0845 988 1188 for live information on Flood Warnings throughout Wales.