Weather Scotland: Yellow weather warnings issued for snow and ice for Aberdeen, Stonehaven, Skye, Western Isles amid travel disruption
All parts of Scotland north of these areas are likely to be affected, with temperatures as low as -4C expected.
The Met Office warned travel disruption was possible with some roads and railways affected, and longer journey times by road, bus and train are likely. It also warned of icy patches on roads, pavements and cycle paths, and said there is a small chance that power cuts will occur.
Mobile phone services may also be affected, and snow-covered roads may lead to stranded vehicles.
The Met Office has also issued a yellow weather warning of snow and ice for Northern Ireland early next week. The warning comes into force on Monday at 3am and runs until 11.59pm on Monday.
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