SOUTH Wales Police say it is "business as usual" for its officers today.
With snowy conditions gripping the whole of the force area, assistant chief constable Matt Jukes said he was proud of the commitment of his staff.
And he said the force was working hard to cope with extra workload the weather had brought.
Mr Jukes said: "The heavy snow fall overnight has proved challenging for the force, but we are extremely proud of the commitment and dedication of our staff who have gone to extra lengths to ensure it remains business as usual for South Wales Police.
"Our priority is to provide a 24/7 emergency service to the public of South Wales and we are working hard to meet the additional demands placed upon us.
"As a force we are prepared for the possibility of further bad weather next week and are working closely with other emergency services and partners to ensure the safety of our communities."
The force is advising motorists who are out and about today to stick to main roads, and to allow more time for their journeys.
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