A severe weather warning for snow has been extended across the UK.
The alert extends the chances of dangerous weather from the east of England to most of Wales.
Parts of Britain were turned into a winter wonderland as the first significant snowfall of the season hit today, bringing blizzard-like conditions and hazards on the roads.
More snow is on the way in a bitter freeze that has also prompted warnings about ice and widespread frost.
Now Wales is feared to hit the brunt of the latest blast.
Mountainous areas will be worst affected
The latest warning is in place until 1pm on Friday with hills and higher ground most vulnerable, especially in the Black Mountains.
“Some roads likely to be affected with longer journey times by road and bus services,” the Met Office said.
A spokesman said: “Occasional showers of sleet and snow will affect some eastern parts of England during Thursday, leading to a temporary covering of 1-3 cm of snow in places.
“Showers will become restricted to immediate coastal districts by evening, before dying out. Icy patches will then form on untreated surfaces.”