Wednesday 4 April 2012, 17:15
Winter returned with a vengeance today with Arctic winds bringing a mixture of rain, sleet and snow and strong to gale force north to north-easterly winds.
Most of the snow today fell on the higher ground in Mid, North and East Wales.
Geraint Edwards in Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog in Denbighshire measured 15cm, 6 inches of snow in the village.
Bryneglwys, Denbighshire by Scott Coleman.
The snow was deeper on the hills with blizzards on the Berwyn Mountains while at lower levels, it was mainly rain or sleet and Cardiff even enjoyed a little sunshine.
A car near Denbigh North Wales at 10am today by Alison Stubbs.
Tonight the rain, sleet and snow will move south and turn lighter. The north will become dry and clear with some frost and a few icy patches. The wind will slowly ease with temperatures close to freezing or a few degrees above.
Tomorrow will be a much better day with drier and brighter weather especially in the north, Ceredigion and west coast.
Southern and eastern counties and parts of Powys will have more cloud and temperatures higher than today, reaching 8 - 10 Celsius in the afternoon and lighter winds.
Plas Cybi are having a Fun Day in Holyhead tomorrow between 12 - 4pm. It was rained off today but tomorrow will be dry and sunny with temperatures in Holyhead rising to 9 Celsius and a light to moderate breeze.
Thursday night will be dry and cold with a widespread frost with temperatures down to -3 Celsius.