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Roads check in Badenoch and Strathspey: snow arrives


By Tom Ramage

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Snow has arrived on the roads of Badenoch and Strathspey today.

The morning's roads condition report from Highland Council was released at 7.43am and confirmed that two to three centimetres of snow had fallen on the lower routes, with four to five centimetres on higher routes.

"All routes are being treated.

"There were no known overnight issues."

Vital info as winter begins to bite in the strath.
Vital info as winter begins to bite in the strath.

On surrounding Inverness routes it was a question of mainly wet roads this morning, with negative road side temperatures over the network.

There were some light snow patches on the higher routes.

"Teams are covering all routes and footpaths. No known issues."

On neighbouring Nairn areas there were wet roads reported, with negative temperatures and some icy patches on lower routes.

All the advice a motorist needs right now.
All the advice a motorist needs right now.

Higher roads had seen two to three centimetres of snow.

"All routes being treated this morning.

"There were no known overnight issues."

All weather warnings are available on the Met Office website.


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