Snow in north and mid Wales making roads ‘hazardous‘

Snowfall caused travel disruption across parts of north and mid Wales.

In Powys, the A458 was closed, with heavy traffic between the A490 in Welshpool and B4395 in Llangadfan. It reopened later on Saturday afternoon.

North Wales Police warned of on the A470 Bwlch Oerddrws in Gwynedd. The A542 Horseshoe Pass near Llangollen was also shut.

Snowdonia, Wrexham, and Mold were among areas affected by the snow.

Meanwhile, in England, severe flood warnings and rail cancellations after a month‘s worth of rain fell in a single day.

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Two football matches in the Cymru Premier due to the weather – Cefn Druids versus Cardiff Met and The New Saints versus Carmarthen Town.

A mountain bike centre at Llandegla, Denbighshire, was forced to close due to deteriorating conditions on nearby roads, which runs the facilities.

Wales forecaster Derek Brockway said but more rain was on the way.

Brecon Mountain Rescue Team , as pictures showed a light covering of snow in the Brecon Beacons.

Network Rail said it had fixed signalling problems between Deganwy and Penmaenmawr which had been affecting trains in north Wales.

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