North West Wales

Gwynedd, Conwy and Anglesey schools closed after snow

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Media captionMet Office weather warning for snow and ice is extended until 10:00 GMT Wednesday

Some schools across north west Wales closed on Tuesday after snow fell overnight.

A Met Office yellow "be aware" weather warning for snow and ice has been extended until 10:00 GMT on Wednesday.

In Anglesey, Conwy and Gwynedd 19 schools were closed due to the weather.

Gwynedd had the largest number of closures, with one secondary school, seven primaries and two special schools shut.

Snow has fallen across other parts of the country, including Aberystwyth and north Pembrokeshire, with hazardous driving conditions reported on the A478 at Crymych.

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Image caption George in the snow in Harlech, Gwynedd
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Image caption Snowfall in Aberystwyth
Image caption Children went sledging around the Preseli mountains, Pembrokeshire
Image caption Sheep grazing on a snow-covered field in north Pembrokeshire
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Image caption Snow covered boats at Conwy Marina on Tuesday morning
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Image caption Snow also fell in New Quay, Ceredigion

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