Most of Wales is under a weather warning for snow which is set to last until midnight on Sunday.

The weather warning for snow covers most of Wales except the coastal regions.

Large parts of Wales woke up to find snow covering their gardens and streets, but the Met Office warns more could show up on Sunday afternoon.

A new weather warning for ice was issued by the Met Office which is set to come into force from midnight on Sunday until 11am on Monday.

The areas that will likely be the most affected are the places which have seen snow on Sunday.

The Met Office weather forecast for Wales says: "Snow returning from the north this afternoon, though becoming lighter and more patchy. Cold with a risk of ice. Maximum temperature 4 °C.

"Last of the snow will clear south early this evening, leaving a cold but clear and dry night for most. Some cloud and scattered showers along coasts. Frosty and icy. Minimum temperature -9 °C."

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Here's what it's looking like where you live...

Snow in Coelbren

Cardiff

With the capital city being so close to the coast, it is likely that the snow parts of the city saw overnight won't be returning on Sunday afternoon.

There is a 30% chance of rain in the city at 2pm, but the rest of the day is set to be dry with a less than 5% chance of rain.

The same conditions will be in place overnight and temperatures will drop to -1C by 4am.

Looking into Monday, there will be dry and clear skies with sunshine for the entire day.

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Blaenau Gwent

One area that could see more snow on Sunday is Blaenau Gwent.

There is a 50% chance that it will snow at 5pm, and a 60% chance it will snow at 6pm. This is set to last until 8pm where cloud will continue.

It looks to be clear overnight, and into Monday it will be a sunny start which is predicted to last all day. Highs of 3C.

Newport

Strangely for an area so close to the coast, Newport could also see some snow at 6pm.

The Met Office predicts there is a 60% chance of snow at 6pm, which will last until 8pm before the skies clear overnight.

Monday is set to be a sunny day with highs of 5C.

Swansea

While Swansea is covered by the yellow weather warning for snow, according to the Met Office there is very little chance it will see any on Sunday and into Monday.

At 3pm on Sunday there is a 30% chance the city will see rain.

The rest of the day is set to be cloudy with a 10% chance of rain.

Overnight conditions remain clear with lows of -3C by 4am.

Looking ahead into Monday it is set to be a clear start but things will start to cloud over by 2pm. Highs of 5C in the afternoon.

Rhondda Cynon Taf

There is a 30% chance that parts of RCT could see snow fall or rain showers on Sunday afternoon.

However, by 3pm the sun should peak out behind the clouds again before the skies return to cloud at 4pm.

There is a 20% chance of precipitation at 5pm but it is unlikely this will turn into snow.

Overnight the skies will be clear and temperatures will drop to -4C.

Looking into Monday the area should also see clear skies all day with no cloud or rain predicted.

Brecon

The Beacons could get a dusting of snow at 4pm, with a 70% chance of snowfall by 5pm.

At 6pm however the skies will remain cloudy with a smaller chance of any precipitation.

Overnight the skies should be clear, and the area is set to see a sunny day throughout Monday.

Aberystwyth

There is a very small chance of seeing any snowfall in Aberystwyth on Sunday, with a 60% chance of rain between 2pm and 3pm.

The rest of the day is set to be cloudy but should be clear overnight.

Monday is set to be sunny and dry until around about 2pm when some cloud will begin to cover the sky.

Carmarthenshire

There is a 60% chance that Carmarthen will see sleet showers at 4pm but it should turn to pure snow by 5pm.

The rest of the evening looks clear with lows of -3C overnight.

Monday is set to be a sunny day but will become overcast by around 2pm. Highs of 5pm.