North Wales is bracing itself again after the Met Office have issued a new weather warning for ice.

The yellow warning for ice covers much of inland Wales and is valid until 11am tomorrow.

The region had begun to thaw today after the weekend's snow and ice closed schools and roads.

All of Flintshire's schools reopened with the A548 Flintshire Bridge the only road subject to closure, shutting at around 7am but reopening by 11am.

Waste and recycling collections were also affected with a number of routes cancelled today.

The Met office are also warning of the possibility of further snow on higher ground. However they also say temperatures should rise above freezing for the rest of the week with rain also forecast.

Hawarden recorded a minimum temperature of -6.9 degrees Celsius on Monday night with Llysdinam in Powys recording the coldest temperature in Wales with the mercury dropping as low as -10.1 degrees Celsius.