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Live Reporting

By George Herd, Peter Shuttleworth, Natalie Crockett and Ceri Coleman-Phillips

All times stated are UK

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  1. Snow long folks!

    As heavy snow across much of Wales appears to be easing, that's it for our live coverage today.

    To read more on the latest information from your area, see our main story here.

    Thank you for sharing your pictures and videos with us, if you have any more you would like to see featured, email them to with your details and information about where they were taken.

    A phone box in snow
  2. 'Lucky escape'

    Rhian Gowen had a lucky escape while travelling on the A40 in Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.

    She said: "We had a lucky escape as we were standing exactly where the tree fell and had only just moved when we heard an almighty crack and it fell on to the van.

    "Still cannot believe how close it was for the driver and us, as he had just jumped into the cab to move the vehicle back, his wife was still in the front of the van but thankfully everyone was unharmed. Had a big shock obviously and shaken."

    a tree falls on a van in Llandovery
  3. Reconnecting homes

    Western Power Distribution has restored power to 49,000 customers across the UK, with about 900 in Wales still without supply.

    It said south Wales had experienced above average interruptions, but it had called in extra staff to help and its helicopter unit would be ready to join the operation on Monday morning.

  4. Surf's up!

    Lyn Ward
    Image caption: Lyn Ward hits the snow surf on the Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire
  5. 'Well done Merthyr'

    Quote Message: "People only ever say bad stuff about Merthyr but today on a snowy Sunday I've watched with interest, how random strangers from our town have volunteered their precious time and 4x4s to transport hospital staff, stranded patients and anyone who needs supplies. People have volunteered time and supplies to the homeless doing their best to help in these freezing temperatures. THIS is Merthyr. Well done people of Merthyr! Proud to be a Merthyr girl today! from Claire Brown
    Claire Brown
  6. School's out

    Schools in Flintshire and Wrexham follow those in Monmouthshire and Powys with four in the north Wales county due to stay closed tomorrow, with others likely to follow.

  7. Snowman wars

    Who wins the prize for the biggest snowman?

    The Taylor-Wood family or the Owen family?

    The Taylor-Wood family built a snow man on Hollybush near Blackwood
    Image caption: The Taylor-Wood family built a snow man on Hollybush near Blackwood
    Rhys Owen was helped to build this massive snowman in Dolerw Park, Newtown.
    Image caption: Rhys Owen was helped to build this massive snowman in Dolerw Park, Newtown
  8. Snow dogs

    It wasn't just the humans who enjoyed a snow day today...

    Here's a selection of some of the snow dogs you've sent us.

    Border collie in snow
    Image caption: Savi the border collie in the snow at Dinorwig Quarry above Llanberis
    Terrier biting a snowman's nose
    Image caption: This terrier could not resist taking a nip at the snowman's carrot nose
    Black pug in snow
    Image caption: This pug isn't sure what to make of the snow
    Sledging mishap in Lower Brynamman
    Image caption: A sledging mishap in Lower Brynamman
    Mutley the dog
    Image caption: Mutley enjoying his afternoon walk alongside a canal in Llangynidr, Powys
  9. 'Think grit'

    Rhondda Cynon Taf council has warned motorists parking on main routes to park sensibly so gritters can get through.

    It made a Twitter plea asking people to avoid double parking and parking in areas where the vehicles cannot pass easily.

    Meanwhile, in Carmarthenshire Cllr Hazel Evans, said crews would be out until midnight treating as many of the primary routes as possible.

    She said: "Road surface temperatures are expected to fall well below freezing overnight, therefore we are expecting icy conditions on Monday morning.

    "Whilst we aim to treat as many routes as possible, we advise drivers to take particular care."

  10. Road block

    Major roads are shut, main rail routes are blocked, homes are threatened with flooding and police have advised people not to travel unless necessary as heavy snow hits parts of Wales.

    But it's not all doom and gloom as many have taken the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the white stuff on sleds.

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    Video caption: Heavy snowfall in Wales causing traffic problems
  11. 'Slips and falls likely'

    The Met Office has issued a yellow "be aware" warning for ice from 04:00 until 11:00 on Monday.

    It said some injuries were likely from slips and falls on icy surfaces as well as icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.

    The chief forecaster's said: "Where snow has fallen through Sunday icy stretches are likely to form quite widely with some temporary melting of snow and then refreezing overnight.

    "Some further icy stretches are likely in parts of south Wales and southwest England where roads remain wet from overnight rain."

    Map showing the ice warning for Monday
  12. Priority ambulance transport

    The Welsh Ambulance Service's non-emergency transport service has said it will prioritise dialysis patients due to go for treatment in the next 24 hours.

    It said it would "make every effort" to get other patients to their appointments as planned, but would contact people in advance if that had to change.

    999 services are operating as normal but it advised people to call only in a life-threatening emergency.

  13. Al fresco dining anyone?

    I don't think Dee Marshall from Cefn Gorwydd, near Sennybridge, will be sitting down for BBQ any time soon!

    Garden furniture in the snow
  14. Stunning snow scenes

    BBC Wales reporter Sarah Dickins snapped these snow scenes at Llanvetherine in Abergavenny.

    Tractor in snowy field
    Black sheep in snowy field
    Sheepdog in snowy field
    Snow scene
    Sheep in snowy field
  15. Flood fears

    Snow and wet weather has brought flooding to areas across Wales, including Llancarfan in Vale of Glamorgan.

    The car park of the village's Fox and Hounds pub was under water earlier today when the river burst its banks but much of the water there has since subsided.

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  16. School transport

    All Powys council school transport has been cancelled for tomorrow.

    This does not mean the school is closed.

    A full list of closures can be found here.

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