Ice warnings for much of Scotland have been issued as forecasters predict snowfall this Christmas weekend. The weather warning for freezing rain begins at 2pm on Wednesday lasting through until 4am on Thursday for the north of Scotland, Perthshire and part of southern Scotland.
Freezing rain may fall this afternoon and overnight in these areas which could lead to icy stretches forming 'quite suddenly' causing travel disruptions.The Met Office has warned that there is a higher chance of car accidents and falls on icy surfaces.
Then over Christmas weekend, the weather is set to be 'interesting and uncertain', according to the forecaster. It comes as Scots woke up to freezing temperatures today with the low hitting -10.2C overnight in BraemarRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk