Wales

Most of Wales was dry yesterday but it's not going to last. Low pressure is heading our way bringing a mixture of rain and snow for today into tomorrow

At the moment, the areas most likely to have snow today are Monmouthshire, Powys, Ceredigion and North Wales as well. Mainly on ground above 200metres or 600 feet. 2 to 5cm of wet snow likely in places. 1 to 2 inches. Possible 10cm, 4 inches, especially on higher ground. Such as the hills of Powys and the Berwyn Mountains.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/wl/wl_forecast_warnings.html

Tonight the sleet and snow will continue to spread north. Turning less cold from the south with spots of rain or drizzle. Some mist and hill fog forming as well.

Tomorrow will be less cold with a few bright intervals but also showers or longer spells of rain. On Thursday it may dry up for a time but more rain is expected during the afternoon and evening. And this could be heavy in the south with a risk of localised flooding. While on Friday more snow is possible in the north.

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