A yellow weather warning for Pembrokeshire is in place, with ice and small amounts of snow forecast, which could lead to slippery surfaces in a few places.

The Met Office’s warning is in place from 3 pm today (Monday, January 8) until 3 am on Tuesday (January 9).

Today will be another generally dry day with a mixture of broken cloud and sunny spells. One or two light sleet or snow flurries may develop later, most likely in the south. Feeling cold with a freshening easterly breeze. Maximum temperature 5 °C.

Tonight will see scattered light sleet or snow flurries this evening but becoming dry overnight with lengthening clear periods later. Gusty easterly winds in places and feeling very cold with a widespread frost. Minimum temperature -4 °C.

Tuesday will be fine albeit a cold day with largely sunny skies and mostly small amounts of cloud. The brisk easterly breeze will make it feel like it's below freezing. Maximum temperature 4 °C.

The outlook for Wednesday to Friday is largely dry, with settled weather to continue with plenty of sunshine on Wednesday. Cloudier skies on Thursday and Friday.

Cold with overnight frosts, especially at first. Breezy at times.

A Met Office spokesperson said: “Parts of southern Britain are likely to see some snow showers during Monday afternoon and the first part of the night.

“Most places will see little or no lying snow, but 1-2 cm may settle in one or two places, mostly over high ground.

“In addition, some icy surfaces are possible for a time. However, the chance this reduces by dawn on Tuesday as snow showers clear to the west and surfaces dry out.”