The biting cold snap set to grip Britain is likely to continue into next week with more sleet and snow showers predicted and temperatures struggling to climb above freezing.
The Met Office now has a yellow "be aware" wind warning covering northern Scotland. It will be in force from Friday morning until Saturday at 6pm.
Any passengers booked on flights from Thursday afternoon through to and including Saturday 9th December can choose to change their booking to an alternative flight up to Wednesday next week.
Snow showers will affect northern Scotland later on Thursday, with the risk extending across more of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and western parts of England on Friday.
Up to 2-5 cm of snow is likely for some, with 10-20 cm possible over high ground, mainly Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Snow is forecast for Friday
Forecasting snow showers in the United Kingdom can be quite challenging as conditions are often borderline between rain and snow.
Aberdeen and parts of Aberdeenshire along with Scotland's mountain ranges, including the Cairngorms and Glen Coe, have already seen heavy snow falls in recent weeks.
Disruption to travel is likely, with rail and ferry cancellations possible. Probably some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
"Minimum temperatures will be between -2C and 2C, with frost and icy stretches, especially in places sheltered from the fresh north-westerly wind".
A yellow "be aware" weather warning is in place for the region, which runs from 8am on Thursday until just before midnight.
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