Glaswegians are being urged to wrap up warm as snow and ice is predicted to fall upon the city over night. 

The Met Office has issued a yellow alert for ice at 7pm this evening, while a yellow warning for snow will take place from 9pm onwards. 

We will be expecting sleet, heavy rain showers and snow with sub-zero temperatures until the yellow warning is lifted at 10am tomorrow, however we could expect some respite from the elements throughout the day. 

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Pedestrians and motorists are being urged to be vigilant of icy patches on untreated pavements and roads.

Travellers around the city are also being urged to prepare for possible travel delays by train, bus and road. 

Temperatures are expected to rise from 2pm tomorrow. 

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