PEMBROKESHIRE could see snow and ice over the next few days, with a weather warning in place.

The Met Office has placed all of western Britain, including Pembrokeshire, under a yellow weather warning for ice and snow between noon on Tuesday, January 29 and 11am on Wednesday, January 30.

Journeys on roads and railways are likely to be affected, with public transport delays likely.

There is also the risk of slips and falls on icy surfaces and some roads and paths may be untreated.

The Met Office website says a band of rain will arrive across Wales, northern and western England through the middle of Tuesday, then move eastwards through Tuesday afternoon and evening.

The rain will turn quickly to snow on hills, then also to low levels in places.

A blanket of 3-5cm snow is likely above 200m, with up to 10cm in a few places.

A patchy covering of 1-2cm is possible at low levels, although some places will see no snow at all.