The Met Office forecasts that snow showers will continue during the day on Tuesday and into the evening across most of Scotland.
Delays and cancellations are predicted for rail and air travel, some rural communities could be cut off, and power cuts and disruption to mobile phone coverage is also likely.
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Scotland’s weather LIVE: The latest updates with amber warning for heavy snow in force
Last updated: Tuesday, 09 February, 2021, 11:13
- UK’s coldest night of the winter so far recorded in Scottish Highlands
- Snow and ice warnings remain in place for most of Scotland
- Delays and cancellations predicted for rail and air travel
- Some rural communities could be cut off, say Met Office
All schools in Orkney have been closed to all pupils on Tuesday - including children of key workers and vulnerable children
Transport Scotland said Covid-19 rules mean people should not be travelling - unless for essential purposes
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