A weather alert for snow and ice has been extended across parts of Scotland by forecasters.
The Met Office has warned that snow showers and icy spells are likely to bring some travel disruption between Sunday and Monday with temperatures falling.
Scots were initially expected to face winter weather between 6 p.m. Between Sunday and 10 a.m. Monday, covering regions like Glasgow, Edinburgh, Tayside and the Borders.
The advisory has now been revised by meteorologists to suggest snow could fall as early as 3 p.m. In more places and in more.
In the northwest this morning, sleet and snow showers were falling
Today, did you see any snow?
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“A Met Office statement said, “On Sunday evening and then early Monday morning in parts of northern England and north Wales, a band of rain, sleet and snow, followed by winter showers, will pass south through western and central parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
At lower elevations, local accumulations of 1-3 cm are likely, but higher accumulations on higher ground are probable.
Weather in Scotland this weekend: Glasgow, Edinburgh & Scottish Borders Snow Forecast.
“Above 250 meters accumulations of 5-10 cm are possible. Skies are expected to clear from the north overnight and widespread ice is likely to form and persist until Monday morning, especially in central and eastern areas.”
Affected regions and local authorities:
Central, Tayside & Fife
Perth and Kinross
Highland & Eilean Siar
Southwest Scotland, Lothian Borders
Dumfries and Galloway
Argyll and Bute