The Met Office has issued another yellow weather warning as more snow and ice are likely in areas of Powys. 

The yellow weather warning comes as snow, rain and sleet, followed by ice is likely to cause some impacts to travel. 

It covers Northern areas of Powys including Newtown. Even extending over to parts of Ceredigion.

The warning comes into force at 5pm tonight and lasts until 10am tomorrow (Tuesday, March 14).

This is the latest in a line of warnings issued by the Met Office after snow brought on by Storm Larisa wreaked havoc across Wales last week resulting in school and road closures, and leaving some people stranded.

What to expect from Met Office snow and ice warning in Powys

The Met Office said the yellow weather warning was due to rain, sleet and snow followed by ice, which will likely cause some impacts to travel.

County Times: The latest yellow weather warning to hit North and Mid-Wales will come into affect at 5pmThe latest yellow weather warning to hit North and Mid-Wales will come into affect at 5pm (Image: The Met Office)

The warning said some roads and railways will likely to be affected with travellers advised to expect some longer journey times. 

Icy patches could form on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths and the public is being urged to take caution and avoid injury from slips/falls.

A Met Office spokesperson added: "An area of rain will turn to sleet and snow from the north, initially over Scotland, and then over northern England during Monday evening.

"Accumulating snow will mostly be above 200-300 m, but possibly to lower levels in Scotland for a time, with 2-5 cm in places.

County Times: More snow is forecast in parts of Wales.More snow is forecast in parts of Wales. (Image: PA)

"Sleet and snow clearing southeastwards overnight into Tuesday, with temperatures then falling and ice forming, particularly on untreated surfaces."

Everywhere in Wales affected by Met Office ice warning

This is every region of Wales that could see snow, sleet and icy conditions as the Met Office issues a yellow weather warning:

  • Ceredigion
  • Conwy
  • Denbighshire
  • Flintshire
  • Gwynedd
  • Isle of Anglesey
  • Powys
  • Wrexham

For tips on staying safe in the snow, visit The Met Office website.