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"Do not travel" warning issued for parts of Scotland

As more snow falls across parts of Scotland emergency teams say they're braced

There are more weather warnings in place across parts of the UK - with amber warnings in Scotland and Northern Ireland for more snow. 

It's as motorists are warned not to make any journeys - just days after a number of cars go stuck in Scotland in the first wave of snowfall to hit the country this week. Forecasters are warning flurries will be strong - which has led to the warning. It's the first since 2013.

Elsewhere there are warnings of strong winds.

Gusts of 63 mph have already been recorded at Heathrow airport. A yellow wind warning from the Met Office is in force until 9am there, with gusts up to 75 mph possible during this time. 

Published: by Radio NewsHub
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