BBC News November 29, 2012
About 400 properties were deluged in St Asaph when the River Elwy burst its banks
Welsh Secretary David Jones has visited people affected by floods in north Wales and questioned whether they may have been victims of climate change.
On a visit to St Asaph, Mr Jones said he believed Tuesday's floods were an "exceptional occurrence", which could be "climate change manifesting itself".
He also said flooding at the Glasdir estate, Ruthin, was worrying, as residents ask why defences failed.