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In pictures: A white Wales

Penarth Head, photo: Steve Castle

A snowy sunrise over Penarth Head on Friday

Rosle Mohidin sent us this photo of son Iqbal having fun amid the snow in Snowdonia

Rosle Mohidin sent us this photo of son Iqbal having fun amid the snow in Snowdonia

Snow-covered driveway

Rik Hughes realised he wasn't going anywhere when he saw his drive on Friday morning.

Cwmgors, Neath Port Talbot

These kids are making the most of a day off school

Ton Pentre, Rhondda

Who needs the Alps when you get snow like this in Rhondda, asks Stephen Evans.


Ross Thomas sent in this snap of a snow-covered street in Maesteg, south Wales.

Sent by Richard Beale, Killay, Swansea

There will be no washing hung out in this Swansea garden today.

Pic by Martyn Bull

Snow makes a pretty picture of this roof.

Girl in snow on birthday

Anna celebrates her second birthday in the snow at Abergwili Park in Carmarthen

Pic by Jonathan Morgan

It's the first sight of snow for this young calf in Cilffriw, near Neath.

Pic: Ian Collins

A waterfall in the Radnor forest in Powys

Picture by Dimitris Legakis, Dragon News Agency, Swansea

Swansea University student, Sandra Waber, 22, from Bavaria, walks on a snow-covered beach in the city. In the background is Mumbles and Mumbles head.

Pic by Simone Teunissen

A view towards the Kymin and Monmouth.

Pic by Victoria Toms

Penpych mountain at the top of Rhondda early on Friday.

Pic by Alan Smith

Snowy fields in Llanfynydd, Carmarthenshire.

Pic by Steve Holderness

The rooftops of Ferndale in Rhondda covered by early morning falls.

Pic by Liz Shankland

The snow doesn't bother Stella the sheepdog.

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