People across Wales are waking up to snow amid a yellow weather warning across the country.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for the wintery weather from 3am until 9pm this evening for all parts of Wales except Anglesey.
Up to 3cm of snow is expected to fall in the warning area, with areas above 100m likely to see up to 10cm.
Pictures from across Wales already show snowfall, with some delays on the M4 reported and police warning of difficult conditions.
As a result of the weather warning, Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board decided to close all four community vaccination sites following safety concerns for vulnerable people.
The sits in Bridgend, Rhondda, Abercynon and Merthyr will be closed on Sunday and Monday.
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The Met Office weather forecast for Wales says: “This morning will see a band of snow, sometimes heavy, moving northeast across the country, trailed by scattered, possibly wintry, showers.
“Snow returning from the north this afternoon, though becoming lighter and more patchy. Cold with a risk of ice. Maximum temperature 4 °C.
“(Tonight) Last of the snow will clear south early this evening, leaving a cold but clear and dry night for most. Some cloud and scattered showers along coasts. Frosty and icy. Minimum temperature -9 °C.”
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