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"There's some vehicles that are obviously parked or abandoned that's difficult for the gritters to get through" says Nigel Wheeler, from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council.
"We've got the bins which are self help salt but it's more like 'help yourself' so that's been a problem".
Wales is braced for another day of poor weather, as the Met Office has issued a yellow warning - which means 'be aware' - of ice across mid and south Wales.
According to the Met Office website ice may form on untreated surfaces, and there may be a few light snow flurries through the day.
For many in Wales, it will be the seventh day of snow and ice.
Those of us struggling to keep warm during the recent snowy spell might find ourselves turning to cosy blankets and hot cups of tea - and we're not alone.
These chimps, who would usually be basking in the heat of the rainforests in the wild, are adopting the same measures as us to combat the cold.
But staff at the Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary in Swansea say in reality the chimps are coping just fine - and joked that one or two like Nakima, pictured above, are prone to 'milking it'.
Kevin Ashford braved the 'brass monkeys' weather to meet the primates.
A schoolbus that slid off the road near Crymych in Pembrokeshire this afternoon has now been cleared.
Around 40 pupils from Ysgol y Preseli were on board but all escaped injury following the incident, which happened between Maenclochog and Mynachlogddu.
Fiona Alderman is a service manager for the Newport Good Neighbours Scheme - a befriending service which offers help and support to the over-50s.
She says the work of local volunteers has been a lifeline, both physically and emotionally, for some of the area's most vulnerable people during a week of bitterly cold weather.
A schoolbus that slid off a road near Crymych is now safe, according to Pembrokeshire County Council.
Around 40 pupils from Ysgol y Preseli were travelling on the bus when the incident happened between Maenclochog and Mynachlogddu.
They were on their way home after their school closed early due to heavy snow at 12.45pm.
It is understood all escaped without injury.
Around 40 schoolchildren are awaiting rescue after their bus slid off a road near Crymych in Pembrokeshire.
The pupils, from Ysgol y Preseli, were on their way home after their school closed early due to bad weather.
It happened between Maenclochog and Mynachlogddu. There are no reported injuries.
A spokesperson for Pembrokeshire County Council said: "The pupils are staying onboard while waiting for a relief bus to collect them and continue their journey."
On Monday, 16 children and three adults had a lucky escape when a schoolbus slid off the road and became trapped on an embankment in the village of Llanfach, near Abercarn.
A group of young campers who had to be rescued from Snowdonia last night in sub-zero conditions 'lacked the knowledge and experience' for their adventure, rescuers said today.
The three, from Shrewsbury, had gone for a walk on the north ridge and didn't have torches with them when darkness fell.
They became stuck near the Cannon Rock, 1,000ft high on Tryfan, before being led to safety by members of Ogwen mountain rescue team, who were on the mountain for more than six hours.