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Badenoch and Strathspey roads being treated

By Tom Ramage

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Highland Council roads staff confirmed this morning that primary and secondary routes in the north of the strath are being treated.

In the southern area the treatment is focussed on the primary routes.

Low temperatures are being monitored on strath roads.
Low temperatures are being monitored on strath roads.

No issues have been reported in the last 24 hours.

Neighbouring area condition reports:

Nairn, 6.49am: warmer temperatures than expected. Primary and Secondary routes being treated.

Inverness 6.45am: warmer than expected this morning and roads mainly dry. Treating Tomatin and B851 from Daviot to Calanour but no known issues

Weather warnings are available on the Met Office website.

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