Badenoch and Strathspey roads being treated for ice
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Highland Council staff are out treating the strath's primary and secondary routes as temperatures fall.
The condition report issued at 7.09am today confirmed ice and low temperatures were affecting the area, but there had been no known overnight issues.
For Inverness, at 6.10am the authority reported: "Some low road surface temperatures this morning with damp roads. "Covering main roads on Tomatin, B852 and B862.
"Also the Southern Distributor Road, West link and Milton of Leys. Temperatures are due to rise quickly this morning. No known issues."
There is a yellow weather warning for rain effective from 6am today until 6am tomorrow (Friday).
Heavy rain associated with Storm Ciarán could bring some disruption to eastern parts of the region.
Rainfall amounts are likely to reach 20-30 mm widely, with 40-60 mm accumulating over high ground.
All weather warnings are available on the Met Office website.
Get ready for winter council advice is now available.
Maps of the council’s gritting routes by priority and policy are available online at www.highland.gov.uk/gritting.