Yellow warning for ICE issued across Ayrshire


Ice is expected to form overnight into Tuesday morning. There is a chance of difficult driving conditions on untreated roads and slippery conditions on pavements and cycle paths are possible.


In addition ahead of this some snow is likely to fall Monday evening on high level routes above around 300 m - primarily the southern and eastern Highlands that may prove an additional hazard, disrupting transport routes.

Chief forecaster statement 

A band of rain, with some snow on high ground, will clear eastwards on Monday night. Once this clears as ground temperatures fall under clearing skies, icy stretches will form quite readily. 2-5cm of snow is also possible on some high level routes above 300m, mainly across the southern and eastern Highlands. 10 cm of snow is possible over the very highest routes here where some drifting is also possible with strong winds.

Issued at:

09:54 on Mon 6 Feb 2017

Valid from:

20:00 on Mon 6 Feb 2017

Valid to:

10:00 on Tue 7 Feb 2017


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