The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow and ice for the west of the UK, covering Pembrokeshire.

The yellow 'be aware' warning is in place between 8pm this evening (Monday) until Wednesday 10am.

Much of the county woke to a frozen ladscape this morning as temperatures plunged to around -3 in some places.

The Met Office said: "Sleet, snow and hail showers, some heavy, will affect western areas through Tuesday, with icy stretches forming overnight.

"Some transport disruption is possible, with longer journey times and delays to public transport. Icy patches are likely to develop on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths, leading to an increased risk of injuries and accidents."

The Chief Forecaster added: "Further showers of snow, sleet and hail will affect western parts of the UK. 1-3 cm of snow may accumulate at low levels inland, and perhaps 5-10 cm on hills above 200m. Showers will gradually fade overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, with icy stretches developing as skies clear, particularly where earlier snow has partly melted. As is usually the case with showers, some places will miss them, while some coastal fringes may see rain or hail."