As of this morning, the Met Office is forecasting that snow is heading to Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthen this week, amongst a mixed bag of poor weather.
On Tuesday, from 7pm in Carmarthen, and 10pm in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, snow has been predicted across the hills, away from the coastline. The latter will continue to experience heavy rain and temperatures as low as four degrees Celsius.
Yellow warnings of wind and rain are currently in force from midday on Wednesday until 9am on Thursday, as low pressure hits Wales. Chief forecasters have warned that there could be some localised transport disruption, as well was water on the roads and some flooding.
Strong winds will prevail the whole week, with gusts reaching a peak of 66mph on Thursday morning.