The Met Office has issued a weather warning for ice across the north-east.
A weather warning for ice has been issued for the north-east. The Met Office has said that untreated roads and pavements could lead to accidents. A yellow warning is in effect until 12 noon today. The Met Office said: “Some roads and railways likely to be affected by ice, leading to longer journey times.”
A warning for very windy weather has been put in place for the north-east.
The Met Office has issued an new snow warning for the North-east. The warning has been issued between 4pm today and 3pm tomorrow. A statement on the forecaster’s website said: “Further snow is expected across Scotland late on Tuesday and on Wednesday, especially for high ground.”
Up to a foot of snow could fall in parts of the North-east this week as sub-zero winds sweep in, forecasters warned today.
A weather warning for ice has been issued for today and tomorrow.