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Travel disruption ahead as weather warning for snow in Scotland issued

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow for a large part of Scotland on Friday.

It lasts from 3am until 9am, meaning the morning commute could be affected for some people.

The warning stretches northeast from around Stirling to just south of Inverness.

“Snow is likely to cause some travel disruption on Friday morning, particularly on higher routes,” said the Met Office.

It said roads, buses and rail could experience delays.

Some 2-5cm could fall above 250m, with 10cm or more above 300m, the Met Office said on X.

A separate warning for heavy rain from 2am to 9am on Friday, covering the Glasgow and Edinburgh areas, could also cause travel problems.

Elsewhere, the approach of Storm Kathleen has prompted a yellow warning for strong wind in western areas on Saturday – from 8am to 10pm.

Winds of 50mph are widely expected and exposed places could see 60-70mph, the Met Office said.

The warning covers Cornwall, much of Wales parts of Lancashire and Cumbria, and up into central Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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