The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow across most of Wales on Boxing Day. Forecasters say up to 10cm could fall in places - just a day late for a white Christmas.
It is due to arrive at little late for a white Christmas, but snow has been forecast across large parts of Wales on Boxing Day.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of snow, from 11am tomorrow, covering North and Mid Wales, and parts of South Wales.
Yellow is the lowest type of severe weather warning, but the Met Office says that, where snow does occur, accumulations of 2 to 4cm are likely, even to lower levels, and more than 10cm of snow is possible in places.
More than 1,000 people are expected to brave the cold sea later, as Porthcawl Christmas Morning Swim marks its 50th anniversary.
Organisers are hoping for a record attendance, at what is now one of the UK's largest festive swims.
Swimmers are due to gather from 10.30am - before the official start at the top of the beach at 11.45am.
The event is raising money for a series of charities and local projects.
Two people have been rescued from a home in Newcastle Emlyn, after a fire in the early hours of Christmas Day.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service was called at just after 2am, to a house on Bryn Deri Close, in Adpar.
The fire was confined to the ground floor kitchen.
Police are reminding people to stay vigilant when leaving their homes empty over Christmas.
Michael Shears, a tactical crime advisor with South Wales Police, has offered some advice - including a warning that packaging and boxes left outside for recycling after Christmas Day can alert burglars to expensive presents inside the house.
Two teenagers from Cwmbran have been arrested after a donkey at a local community farm was discovered with puncture wounds last month.
The 22-year-old animal, named Cheeky, is back at Greenmeadow Community Farm, where she is recovering from injuries to both hind legs, her abdomen and neck.
Gwent Police said two 17-year-old boys have been arrested and bailed.
Officers are continuing to appeal for information about the incident, which they believe took place between 5pm on Friday 28th November and 8am on Saturday 29th November.
Anyone with information is asked to call Gwent Police using the 101 number or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting log 136 29/11/14.
The most popular Christmas-themed streets in Wales have been revealed by the Royal Mail.
The top 10 festive words appearing in street names here are: Holly, Angel, Mary, Bell, Festival, Bethlehem, Comet, Gold, Star and Evergreen.
The UK has around 3,400 Christmas-themed street names, according to the Royal Mail's findings.
They include Christmas Street, Reindeer Road, Tinsel Lane and Rudolph Road - plus the rather marvellous Christmas Pie Avenue.
Holly Street is the most popular UK-wide, with almost 1,000 listings, while the Midlands has the most festive-themed street names of all the UK regions.
The release of sky lanterns and large bunches of balloons is to be banned from all Cardiff Council venues and events from January 1st.
Council chiefs said the decision was due to "growing evidence of environmental damage and danger to wildlife".
Sky lantern and mass balloon releases are popular at events and memorial services in the UK.
Cllr Bob Derbyshire, Cabinet Member for Environment, said: "While we accept the popularity of mass balloon releases for charity and Chinese sky lanterns as it can be a striking sight, people have to realise that what goes up must come down.
"We are increasingly concerned that livestock and wildlife are swallowing or becoming entangled in a lantern's wire or bamboo frame.
"Marine life is endangered by lanterns and balloons falling into the sea and with agencies such as the National Fire Service reporting several major fires - including a very serious fire in Birmingham - starting as a result of Chinese sky lantern releases, then as a council we are acting responsibly and taking action."
A 90-year-old woman who was critically injured in a collision with a car in Penarth yesterday evening has died.
Police are still trying to establish exactly what happened during the incident on Lavernock Road, between the junctions of Augusta Road and Forrest Road, at 5.10pm.
The President of the AA, Edmund King, has been telling ITV News about what you can expect on the roads this Christmas: