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Showers on Monday morning will fall increasingly as snow and hail into Tuesday in
the Western Isles said the Met Office.
Snow will accumulate mainly on hills but locally to lower ground too.
Ice is also likely to form on untreated surfaces, whilst lightning may be an additional
This may lead to some transport disruption and difficult driving conditions.
Gale force winds will ease later but conditions will remain blustery.
Forecasters say air of Arctic origin is bringing frequent wintry showers across the
1 to 3 cm snowfall is likely across many areas above 100-200 m away from west-facing
coasts whilst 5 cm or more is likely to settle above around 300 metres
Showers will continue through Tuesday, though lying snow is expected to melt below
300 metres or so.
Arctic blast bringing wintry weather and lightning
20 March 2017