Around 350 schools have closed as the Met Office has issued an amber snow and ice warning for parts of north Wales.
It comes as some young people in south and west Wales had a day off yesterday, but the number of closures was far less.
Conditions are likely to get worse across the north, over the coming hours, according to the Met Office.
The majority of schools shut are in mid and north Wales.
How many are closed?
Powys: 74 (all but 3 closed)
Wrexham: 67 (all schools)
Blaenau Gwent: 24
Gwynedd: 21 (all schools)
The Met Office has a snow warning in place, covering mid and north Wales, which is active until 2pm tomorrow, Friday 10 March.
What to expect over the coming hours:
Schools could close across the north and in parts of mid Wales
Snow could lead to delays on the roads and railways
Flights could be disrupted or cancelled
Some rural communities could become cut off
Power cuts are possible
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