Heavy snowfall has caused yet more disruption - just over two weeks since the 'Beast of the East' hit Wales.
The Met Office has issued has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice for the majority of Wales.
Cardiff Airport has a number of delays and cancellations - including Amsterdam, Paris and Dublin.
A number of train services have also been cancelled or delayed while the adverse weather sets in.
There's also been problems on the roads with parts of the A470 and A44 being closed due to conditions.
The disruption has caused problems for many visitors to Cardiff who came to see Wales V France yesterday.
But the delays were not going to bring the mood down for dozens of French fans stuck at Cardiff Airport earlier today.
It's not just travel networks that have been affected. Cardiff City has been forced to cancel their match against Derby County.
A number of schools have also announced they will close tomorrow, including schools in Powys and Blaenau Gwent.
Organisers yesterday announced the Newport half marathon was to be cancelled for the second time due to the snow and ice.
The snow hasn't meant disruption for everyone, with some people taking the opportunity to spot wildlife and play in the conditions.