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In pictures: Wales in snow

Streelamps light up the snow in Taffs Well

Ian Jones took this fantastic wintry scene near his home in Taffs Well, Rhondda Cynon Taf, at midnight


Maesteg town centre appeared almost deserted on Tuesday morning as the snow moved in. This picture was taken by town councillor Ross Thomas

Chris and Busta

Teacher Kate Lewis took this picture of her boyfriend Chris walking Busta out in several inches of snow in Manselton, Swansea

Andrew and Caitlin Charles and Emma the snow woman

A snowwoman called Emma made an appearance when Andrew and Caitlin Charles ventured into the their garden at Waunarlwydd, Swansea

Horse rolling in the snow

It was not just people who took the chance to enjoy themselves. Bev Taylor captured this horseplay on the Cwm Ciddy footpath at Porthkerry, Vale of Glamorgan

Swansea seafront covered in snow

Council worker Lucy Kelly took this image of the beach at Swansea, in front of the Civic Offices. The seafront was hit by blizzard conditions

Scott and Cameron with snowman

A new best friend was not hard to find for Scott and Cameron as they explored the snowfall at Morristion in Swansea

Swansea's Kingsway

The Kingsway in Swansea city centre was all but deserted of drivers and pedestrians as the area was blanketed in the white stuff. Photo by David Lloyd

Catrin Arthur

A dusting of snow added to the colour of Aberystwyth's seafront, as well as giving walkers something different to walk on, as Catrin Arthur's image shows

Early morning in Caerleon

Jacky Davies took this early morning picture in Caerleon and said another snow shower passed over soon after

Robin in the snow

Ellen Ford, of Carmel, Carmarthenshire, found a robin waiting patiently for his breakfast amid snow that was almost as high as him

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