There's yellow warning of snow and ice affecting the Highlands and thew Outer Hebrides from the UK Met Office for all tomorrow (Monday January 27).
Showers are expected to be turning increasingly wintry overnight on Sunday and continuing Monday.
Icy patches are also expected to bring some disruption on the roads.
- Some roads and railways will be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and train services
- Some injuries will occur from slips and falls on icy surfaces
- Icy patches will appear on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths
Frequent showers will affect the northwest of Scotland overnight Sunday and through Monday.
Falling snow will reach low levels away from the western coastal fringes by dawn.
Some spots may see accumulations of 1-3 cm below 150 m, with more widely 5-10 cm above 150 m and 15 cm above 300 m.
Strong winds may also bring temporary blizzard conditions in association with the showers.
Also icy patches becoming widespread away from western coasts, bringing some travel disruption.