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Met Office: Yellow warning for snow and heavy rain across Grampian

By David Porter

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A band of persistent rain and snow will move north across Scotland overnight Monday into Tuesday.

A warning for snow has been issued by the Met Office
A warning for snow has been issued by the Met Office

At low elevations (below 150-200 metres) this will fall mostly as rain, with 35-45 mm falling quite widely over Fife, Angus and Aberdeenshire and perhaps more than 50 mm in some locations with surface water causing some spray on roads.

At moderate elevations (above 150-200 metres) snow is more likely, mainly 1-2 cm of slushy deposits, but 2-5 cm possible in some places affecting higher transport routes.

At higher elevations (above 300 metres ) 10-20 cm may fall causing travel issues on higher routes.

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