Another yellow weather warning has been issued for Wrexham due to the expected continuation of wintery conditions.
Wales and other areas of England are currently experiencing ice conditions as a result of overnight snowfall.
Due to the circumstances, St. Mary’s school in Brymbo and Ysgol Bwlchgwyn schools had to close.
Once again, today’s low temperatures will last all day before dipping to minus three locally overnight and into Thursday morning.
The Met Office has now issued a new weather alert, stating that during the next 24 hours, snow is expected in many areas of Wales, including Wrexham.
The warning is in effect from today at noon through tomorrow afternoon at the same time.
A Met Office statement said: “Showers will affect the warning area, these falling as a mix of rain and hail near coasts, and sleet and snow inland at times, mainly overnight.
“This will lead to some temporary snow accumulations at low levels, whilst higher ground of Northern Ireland and Wales in particular, could see a further 2-5 cm of snow.
“For most parts of the warning area, however, ice will be the main hazard.”