Igloo and gritting, responses to ice in Wales


Freezing temperatures are continuing to cause travel problems across Wales as people head back to work on Monday.

Although the worst of the snow appears to be over, ice is making roads treacherous and the Met Office has issued a yellow warning in south Wales.

Oliver Hides spoke to Jill Williams, from Holyhead, about the snow in her area.

But Nigel Wheeler, service director for street-care for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, spoke to him first about the changes made to the local authority's services due to the icy conditions.

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