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Live Reporting

John Arkless

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you and goodbye

    The snow has fallen again and brought some more beautiful chaos into our lives, but (fingers crossed) the worst of the cold snap is over.

    Remember to keep warm, stay safe and not travel anywhere until absolutely necessary.

    Thanks for joining us for our live coverage and have a wonderful afternoon.

    Man walking through the snow in Bangor
  2. School closure information

    Most schools will remain open on Monday, but a number in Blaenau Gwent have already confirmed they will close, as well as a school in Rhondda Cynon Taff.

    All information on closures will be made on council websites, links to which can be found at the bottom of this page.

  3. Yellow warning continues...

    The Met Office's yellow warning for snow and ice remains in place for much of Wales for the rest of Sunday.

    And a yellow warning has been issued for ice across the majority of Wales until 10:00 on Monday, so take care on the morning commute.

  4. Meanwhile in Pyeongchang...

    One Welsh athlete used to the snow is skier Menna Fitzpatrick, who won Britain's first gold medal of the 2018 Winter Paralympics overnight in South Korea.

    Together with her partner Jen Kehoe, Fitzpatrick took the top place in the visually-impaired slalom competition.

    She will also now carry the flag at the closing ceremony.

  5. Anyone for a dip?

    Most of us are wrapped up warm indoors today...but not this gentleman.

    Sea temperatures in Wales are currently between 7-8C. Or, in other words, very cold.

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  6. Le Grand (delayed) Départ

    The Six Nations may have ended yesterday, but for some French fans, their stay in Wales has been a little longer than expected.

    Several flights from Cardiff Airport have been delayed or cancelled, leaving supporters with long delays to get home.

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  7. Homes without power

    There are a handful of homes currently without power in parts of south Wales.

    A total of 162 homes in Caerphilly, Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire and Bryncethin, Bridgend are all experiencing shortages.

  8. It's not snow-ver yet

    Most of the bad weather has passed now, but there might still be a few more snow flurries in mid and south Wales throughout the afternoon and into the evening.

    A yellow "be aware" warning remains in place until 10:00 GMT on Monday.

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  9. Man rescued from Snowdonia

    A man had to be rescued by helicopter after becoming unwell overnight in blizzard conditions up a mountain in Snowdonia.

    The man, in his 60s, was part of a ten-strong training party and became poorly at a night camp at Cwm Caseg, 2,000ft (600m) above sea level.

    The Ogwen Valley and RAF Valley mountain rescue teams were alerted and flew him off the mountain on Sunday morning.

  10. Ewe told me it was spring!

    These sheep have been having a chilly day in Llanvetherine, near Abergavenny.

    Black sheep in a snowy
  11. 'Identical to Canada'

    One place which is used to getting its fair share of snow over the winter months (unlike Wales) is Canada.

    These two visitors to Caerphilly Mountain, from Toronto, said the weather is "identical" to the amount of snow you would expect in Canada in mid-March.

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    Video caption: Two Canadians discussing their experience of snow in Wales
  12. School closures

    Most schools across Wales are currently expected to remain open tomorrow.

    However, a number of schools in Blaenau Gwent have already confirmed they will be closed on Monday because of the snow.

  13. Snowy snaps

    Snowy scene in Llanvetherine, Monmouthshire
    Image caption: Pretty as a picture: Llanvetherine in Monmouthshire
    Model panda in Barry Island, surrounded by snow
    Image caption: Chilling in Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan
    Ffair Rhos, Ceredigion in the snow
    Image caption: More than a dusting in Ffair Rhos, Ceredigion
  14. Update to weather warnings

    There is no longer an amber warning in place for Wales.

    However, there is a yellow "be aware" warning for snow and ice still in force. It covers most of Wales and lasts until 23:55 on Sunday.

    There is a separate yellow warning for ice which begins at 00:05 on Monday

  15. More roads closed

    A reminder that several roads are closed today:

    The A452 Horseshoe Pass in Denbighshire has been shut, as has the A470 at Gellilydan.

    Others which have been closed throughout the day are:

    • One lane of the A48 Severn Bridge
    • A44 Aberystwyth between Heol-Y-Bont and Llangurig
    • A4061 Bwlch Mountain Road
    • A4061 Rhigos Mountain Road
    • A4233 Maerdy Mountain Road
    Snowy A470 at Llanbrynmair
    Image caption: The snowy A470 at Llanbrynmair in Powys
  16. Concert still happening

    The Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff is 'Picking up the Pieces' and has confirmed the Paloma Faith concert will go ahead tonight.

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