Snow tracker LIVE: Scotland braced for -6 Arctic blast as Met Office issues warning

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The yellow weather warning will be in place across much of Scotland from 06:00 until 22:00 on Tuesday, covering Angus, Perth & Kinross, Aberdeenshire, Moray and Highland. The Met Office urged Scots to plan their travel routes carefully as the bitter conditions could cause delays to trains as well as make roads difficult to drive on. Arctic air is expected to carry with it lows of -6C overnight in Scotland, with milder temperatures ranging from 1 and 4C in the midlands and 5 to 8C in the south.


Snow across northern Scotland – Met Office warning

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning cautioning snow across much of northern Scotland. 

Scots can expect up to 10cm of snow in areas of high ground. 

The weather warning will be in place until 10pm on Tuesday. 

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