Fifteen hundred homes are still without water in Wales after supplies were affected following bad weather and snow.
Welsh Water say it is due to extra demand and frozen pipes. A spokesperson said teams have been working 'around the clock' and have reduced the number from 6,000.
It confirmed supplies have been restored to Clydach Vale and Abertillery but customers may still see discoloured water as supplies return.
It is also asking customers not to leave taps running in order to 'refill the network quicker'.
On Monday, residents in Porth told ITV News they were unable to buy bottled in the town due to the number of homes without water.
Water supplies should gradually return overnight but supplies will not be full restored until the following times:
- Anglesey (Llanddona) by Tuesday morning
- Blaenau Ffestiniog by early afternoon Tuesday
- Synod Inn, Llandysul, Synod Inn, Llandysul, Ffostrasol, Talgarreg in Ceredigion and Pencader in Carmarthenshire - by early afternoon Tuesday
- St David’s / Solva – by early afternoon Tuesday