HIGHLANDERS woke up to heavy snow on Wednesday as the region braced itself for further falls overnight - amid three Met Office weather warnings.
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MOTORISTS have been urged to take care on two of the region’s main trunk roads, amid continuing wintry conditions on higher routes.
MOTORISTS have been urged not to drive "unless absolutely necessary" following amid amber and yellow weather warnings for snow in the Highlands.
A NIGHTMARE breakdown left rail passengers stuck in “freezing” conditions for eight hours in the middle of the night - “without food or heating”.
AN amber weather warning has been issued for heavy snow in parts of the Highlands later today.
The UK Met Office currently has a yellow warning for snow and ice across large parts of the Highlands for today and tomorrow.
DOZENS of cancellations were causing major disruption for Highland rail passengers on Monday morning – amid two active weather warnings.
ALL trains in the Highlands are likely to be disrupted by "extreme weather" over the next 24 hours, Network Rail Scotland has warned.
HIGHLANDERS are being warned to expect further potentially disruptive snowfall.
TWO new weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office - amid concerns that rain and a partial thaw could cause localised flooding.