A dry night across Wales, but it will quickly turn cold this evening with a widespread frost forming, locally severe.Read the full story ›
It will be a frosty start with a risk of ice. The rest of the day will be dry with variable cloud and sunny spells.Read the full story ›
Any remaining wintry showers will die away through the first part of the night.Read the full story ›
Cold and bright with some showers. It will be a cold start to the day, with some icy patches possible.Read the full story ›
The snow, rain and sleet which has hit Wales on Boxing Days is due to clear this evening and overnight. It will remain cold though, leaving icy roads, and some more wintry showers to the west. Minimum temperature -2C.
The Met Office's yellow warning for snow is valid until 6am on Saturday morning.
It will be a cold start to Saturday, with icy patches possible. There will then be some sunny spells and scattered wintry showers for many, but heaviest to the west. Maximum temperature 4C.
Sunday to Tuesday will be dry, with light winds and some bright or clear periods. It will remain cold, with widespread overnight frosts and some freezing fog patches.
The heavy snowfall across large parts of North and Mid Wales has brought a 'white Christmas' for many - just a day late.
Emergency services here have reiterated safety warnings after heavy snowfall across large parts of Wales on Boxing Day.
North West and North East Wales have received the largest amount of snow. It has mainly fallen as rain further south.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service reported a number of road crashes, including two on the M4 near Bridgend, and a car overturning on Rhigos Mountain.
A number of RTCs this afternoon so please take care driving in poor conditions, here are some of the areas involved......
Take care if you are travelling in the snow this evening.
There has been heavy snowfall across large parts of Wales this afternoon.
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The Met Office is now warning that up to 15cm (6 inches) of snow could fall on Boxing Day, with parts of Wales and the Midlands being the most likely areas affected.
A yellow warning of snow remains in place from 11am, covering most of Wales.
There is uncertainty over how much rain will fall, instead of snow. Where snow does occur, accumulations of 2-4cm are likely. 10-15cm could accumulate, even at low levels, in Wales.
Forecasters say an area of rain, sleet and snow will spread eastwards across the UK today, before clearing during the evening and overnight. It will feel cold, with a maximum temperature of 7C.
Overnight, icy conditions will develop. A minimum temperature of -1C.
Tomorrow, it will be a cold and icy start, with some sunny spells. Wintry showers will then move southeast, before it comes drier and brighter later. Maximum temperature 4C.
It is a cold evening, with frost developing under largely clear skies. Scattered showers will continue in the north, and it will turn cloudier later, with rain spreading into the south west by dawn. Minimum temperature overnight of -2C.
Boxing Day will start cold and largely dry, before rain and strong winds spread eastwards. Some snow is then likely, especially across the hills, but it could also accumulate at lower levels, especially in North Wales.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow from 11am. It remains uncertain how much snow could fall, but it could be up to 10cm.
Rain and sleet is also likely, with roads turning icy. A maximum temperature of 7C.
The weekend may see more snow, and also sunny spells - cold by day, very cold and frosty by night.