People have been warned to expect longer journeys by road and rail this morning as ice and snow is forecast across almost the whole of Wales.

Flurries of snow affected higher ground across Powys this morning, and the Met Office has issued a yellow be aware warning for snow and ice until 12:00 GMT.

It said that after a cloudy start, with some outbreaks of sleet or snow, it would become drier, with plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. although there remains a chance of a further snow showers.

A north-westerly breeze means it will feel chilly, with a maximum temperature of 5°C.

Dyfed-Powys Police have urged motorists in the area to drive carefully because of "hazardous" conditions, and some bus services have been affected.

Rubbish collections have been affected in more rural areas, with Powys County Council tweeting this morning:
"Waste and recycling collections will be disrupted today due to snow / ice on the rural routes. We will do our best to get to those missed collections as soon as possible."