Scotland's festive freeze looks set to continue

Human beings in scotland are being warned to anticipate greater wintry climate because the festive kick back seems set closing for the relaxation of the week.
Forecasters say rain, sleet and snow is predicted on wednesday night and thursday morning, and that they have issued a yellow warning of ice.

The met workplace stated inland areas were likely to be worst stricken by snow and ice, in particular the north highlands.
Snow is probably to hit southern scotland and northern england on friday.
A met office yellow caution for snow comes into force at 03:00 on friday, with forecasters caution it can affect roads and railways.
Meanwhile, bbc scotland website readers were sending us their photographs of the snow in scotland.


Popular posts from this blog


Moscow factory shooting: 'Ex-owner' opens fire, killing one

North Korea: South seizes ship amid row over illegal oil transfer