Ice is expected to form overnight and at first on Sunday morning (January 29th), which may lead to difficult driving conditions on untreated roads and slippery conditions on pavements, says the UK Met Office.

An area of rain, sleet and some snow over northeast Scotland will clear overnight, whilst bands of showers, some falling as hail, with sleet or snow over high ground, moving east across many other parts of the warning area during the first part of the night. Showers becoming more restricted to western parts by Sunday morning.

Temperatures will fall below freezing between the showers and more widely later in the night, leading to a risk of ice, particularly on untreated surfaces.