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Snow in Wales: Wintry weather pictures

Pen Y Fan in the snow Image copyright Richard Allen
Image caption Pen Y Fan was covered in snow on Monday

Large parts of Wales have been blanketed in snow and temperatures have plummeted.

As the Met Office extends its snow and ice warning until 21:00 on Friday, people have been out taking photographs of some beautiful white scenery.

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Image caption There were wintry scenes in Flintshire on Wednesday morning
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Image caption Snowdon is shrouded behind clouds in this photo taken at Llyn Nantlle
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Image caption Poppy the West Highland terrier enjoying the snow near Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd
Image caption Residents of Hope in Flintshire woke up to this idyllic scene on Wednesday
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Image caption Cader Idris looms large in the background of this snowy north Wales scene
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Image caption Soldiers at the Infantry Battle School in Brecon head out on exercise in the snow
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Image caption Parts of north Wales, including the Crimea Pass at Bwlch y Gorddinam in Snowdonia National Park, were blanketed in snow
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Image caption This scene in Nercwys, Flintshire, could have been on the front of a postcard
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Image caption A man takes his dog for walk in the Brecon Beacons
Image caption North Wales has seen the worst of the snow, including at Bwlchgwyn in Wrexham
Image caption Schoolchildren near Bala made the most of their day off school
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Image caption Hikers set off from the Storey Arms for a fresh walk in the Brecon Beacons
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Image caption Blaenau Ffestiniog saw a heavy coating of snow on Tuesday
Image caption Let it snow: Residents of Llanuwchllyn in Gwynedd woke to this scene
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Image caption Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons saw significant snow, even at lower levels

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