Winter is easing its icy grip on Wales and temperatures have been slowly creeping upwards.
On Thursday temperatures reached 8 Celsius on parts of the coast from the Lleyn Peninsula around to Mumbles Head in Swansea - the highest since November 24th.
And that's the story for the next couple of days. Slightly milder with a thaw of lying snow but there is still a risk of icy patches with spots of light rain and drizzle falling onto frozen ground. Some mist and fog patches are likely too.
So it's turning milder for a time but next week temperatures are set to drop again! With more frost and sunshine and perhaps a few snow showers later in the week.