The cold-snap experienced across the Western Isles recently still remains as the Met Office issue another Yellow warning for ice tonight.
The forecasters anticipate icy patches likely to develop between 6pm tonight (Tuesday, November 28th) and 10am tomorrow (Wednesday, November 29th) on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
Wintry showers may bring additional hazards, including causing wash-off on treated roads, and may lead to one to two centimetres of snow accumulating on ground above 200m.
The Met Office Chief Forecaster’s assessment states: “The extent of ice will vary across the area with inland areas most prone whilst coastal areas exposed to the northerly winds are less likely to be affected.
“One or two centimetres of snow may accumulate above about 200m with temporary deposits at lower levels, mainly late in the night.”
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