THERE'S set to be more cold weather alongside snow and ice patches across Wrexham and Flintshire in the coming days. 

The Met Office issued a number of weather warnings over the weekend for snow and ice across the region, which remain in place until Thursday evening. 

Residents in Wrexham and Flintshire were greeted with a light dusting of snow this morning (Tuesday).

The weather warning remains in place until midnight this evening, with temperatures set to remain cold through the night and into Wednesday (January 17).

There is no let-up in the cold weather, with highs of 1C on Wednesday, and another weather warning in place from midnight until 12pm, with more of the same to come on Thursday. 


A Met Office spokesperson said: "Tonight: Staying dry in many areas this evening with clear spells and turning very cold and frosty. Sleet and snow showers spreading south overnight, with an increasing risk of ice later. Minimum temperature -6 °C.

"Wednesday: Frosty with icy surfaces at first, then a crisp winter's day with sunny periods. Largely dry but wintry showers are likely in western coastal regions with isolated ones elsewhere. Cold. Maximum temperature 4 °C.

"Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Largely sunny and cold on Thursday with a few snow flurries, these perhaps more widespread later. Sunny spells and less cold on Friday, then wet, windy and milder on Saturday."