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Ice is expected to form on untreated roads and pavements as temperatures fall tonight.
An Arctic blast will see the old year out.
Chilly conditions with rain and sleet showers are forecast to continue through New
Difficult driving conditions and slippery pavements are possible, highlights the
Met Office which has issued a yellow weather warning.
North wind brings icy weather for Hogmanay and New Year’s Day
31 December 2016
A band of wintry weather is forecast for the Western Isles and north of Scotland
Wintry showers, freezing rain and slippery roads are likely to affect parts of the
Western Isles before and after the official warning period which is from after midnight
until lunchtime on Sunday.
Snow will be an additional hazard on higher ground.
The Met Office said: “Showers of rain, sleet and snow are expected and, with temperatures
falling below freezing, ice is likely to form on untreated surfaces.
“On higher roads across Scotland accumulations of 2-5cm of snow are possible, with
some drifting in the strong northerly winds.”