The Met Office have issued further weather warnings for today, Thursday 9 March, and tomorrow Friday 10 March.
An amber weather warning has been placed upon parts of North Powys, including Newtown and Welshpool for snow and ice, with the remainder of Powys being under a yellow weather warning for snow.
An area of low pressure will move across the UK through today and Friday with snow continuing across Wales and central England this morning.
Travel delays and cancellations are to be expected with roads and railways being heavily affected.
Some rural communities could become cut off, power cuts may occur and other services, such as mobile phone coverage, may be affected by the weather.
In North Powys, where there are amber weather warnings, snow is expected to become persistent and, at times, heavy again later Thursday afternoon onwards into early Friday.
During this time, many places are likely to see 10-20 cm of snow with a chance of up to 30 cm falling, this most likely over higher ground above 200 metres.
As well as snow, freezing rain is possible giving icy conditions in the south of the warning area, bringing additional hazards to infrastructure and travel.
Check out the Met Office's advice for staying safe in the snow: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/seasonal-advice/stay-safe-in-snow