After a frosty start, it will remain dry for most with plenty of sunshine.Read the full story ›
Wintry showers becoming increasingly confined to the Pembrokeshire coast during the evening.Read the full story ›
Another cold day ahead with sunshine and wintry showers. Amanda Houston has more details.Read the full story ›
A cold night to come across Wales, with wintry showers expected in the North.
The drop in temperature will pave the way for a very icy start tomorrow.
Temperatures could dip as low as -3 in some places.
Parts of Mid Wales and the South Wales Valleys woke up to more snow and icy conditions today, after another night of wintry weather.
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It'll stay cold this afternoon, with some wintry showers over higher ground. Elsewhere we can expect some sunny spells.Read the full story ›
Temperatures will plunge below freezing on Friday night as the Met Office warns that severe cold weather and icy conditions could increase health risks to vulnerable patients and disrupt services.
Many areas will struggle to rise above zero overnight, while some areas of high ground in Wales could see as much as 4in-6in of snow.
The Met says although temperatures are "colder than average", and there are more snow and ice warnings than this time last year, the current weather is "typical British winter weather".
Wales will be 0C (32F) in some parts, but other areas such as Aberystwyth will be 2C (35.6F) as it benefits from some shelter from Northern Ireland, and Holyhead is expected to be as high as 4C (39.2F).
Health authorities have urged people to help vulnerable family and friends to keep warm.
Tonight: Mostly dry and clear this evening. During the early hours, a band of rain, sleet and snow will move southeastwards, with snow settling in places, especially over hills. A fairly widespread frost will develop, with localised icy patches likely. Minimum Temperature -4 °C.
Saturday: Another cold day with sunny spells and scattered wintry showers, mainly in the west, where locally heavy and perhaps thundery. Showers possibly falling as snow, especially over the hills. Maximum Temperature 7 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Cold, with sunshine and isolated wintry showers. Overnight frosts with isolated freezing fog and icy patches. Outbreaks of rain, sleet or snow are likely on Tuesday.
Update A470 1 casualty extricated by crews from vehicle following 3 vehicle RTC 2 walking casualties with slight injuries
We are now attending a 2nd RTC on A470 just before the roundabout Northbound towards Brecon, the incident is causing traffic delays
With apologies, All Merthyr Stagecoach bus services are operating on Main Roads only due untreated roads until further notice
The Met Office has issued a yellow 'be aware' warning of icy stretches on untreated roads.
It says there could be tricky driving conditions this morning. The areas affected are inland from the Welsh coast.
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