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Met Office issue yellow warning of snow across Wales

Met Office issue yellow warning of snow across Wales

11 January 2017

The Met Office have issued a yellow warning of snow across Wales, from Thursday 12th January to Friday 13th January.

Full details can be found on the Met Office website here.

You can also watch the weather forecast for the next few days over on the BBC website here.

Snow showers are expected from the early hours of Thursday morning across mid Wales, with heavy rain and snow expected to cover the rest of Wales throughout the day.

We will keep you informed of any public transport disruptions as we are informed of them here. You can also follow us on Twitter @TravelineCymru for tweets from operators and local councils throughout the day.

You can check your train journey before you travel on Arriva Trains Wales website here.

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