Amber warning – snow
Where: Central, Tayside and Fife; Grampian; Highlands and Eilean Siar; Strathclyde
When: Between 15:00 on Thursday 4 and 06:00 on Saturday 6 February 2021
Snow will become persistent and heavy and could lead to some significant disruption to transport and utilities.
Snow is expected to become more widespread, persistent and heavy from Thursday afternoon and continue through to Saturday. Fresh snowfall totals of 10-15cm is possible at low-levels, with 20-30cm accumulating above about 150m. Some high ground exposed to strong easterly winds could see as much as 50cm building up by Saturday morning. However some places close to the east coast may see only small amounts of snow settling. The strong easterly winds will likely lead to drifting snow, temporary blizzard conditions, and ice forming on exposed power lines and phone masts. Persistent snow should ease on Saturday, though snow showers will follow.
Please stay safe & drive carefully
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