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Cold, breezy and generally cloudy at first with further wintry outbreaks on the hillsRead the full story ›
Yellow, be aware, warnings for ice and snow are in force for much of Wales along with one warning of strong winds for South and West Wales.
Snow has closed the The A542 Horseshoe Pass between Llangollen and Llandegla.
In Powys the B4355 is closed in both directions because of ice and snow between Dolfor and Felindre.
The Llangynidr Mountain Road is also closed because of snow between Llangynidr and Ebbw Vale.
The warnings are valid until 11.00am but there are more warnings of snow for Sunday and Monday.
Gwent Police have confirmed that fifteen-year-old Leon Spencer and fourteen-year-old Lara Williams from the Ebbw Vale area have been found safe and well.
They were reported as missing yesterday evening.
A multi-vehicle collision has closed the A465 Eastbound between Llandarcy and Neath.
There's queueing traffic, but diversions have been put in place.
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A yellow warning for snow and ice on Thursday night and Friday has been issued.Read the full story ›
Some wintry showers and staying windy with a significant wind chill and widespread frost developingRead the full story ›
A cold and windy day across Wales with sunny spells and showers of rain, sleet and snowRead the full story ›
Wales head coach Warren Gatland believes George North should be exerting greater influence on matches and has warned the Northampton wing he is not guaranteed selection against England.
North missed the 12-6 victory over South Africa last autumn with concussion and Gatland insists it will be hard to drop his replacement Liam Williams for the visit of Stuart Lancaster's men to Cardiff in the RBS 6 Nations opener on February 6.
Gatland highlights the number of 22-year-old North's involvements in a game as an area for improvement.
Having spoken to (Northampton assistant coach) Alex King, Northampton have the same issues with George about touching the ball more.
We want to see more touches and have the ball in his hands. When he does that he is dangerous and makes some metres for us.
We will see how training goes, but if you are a player who has won against South Africa and started the game it's sometimes difficult to be dropped.
We won't sit down as a coaching team until next Monday or Tuesday and start talking about a team.
It's early in the week and we will see how players front up. It's a nice position for us to be in and we have options.