Glasgow and its surrounding areas are being warned to brace for snow and ice chaos from Monday.

The Met Office has put into place a yellow warning, cautioning residents of travel delays, public transport disruption, and power cuts.

Much of Scotland is set to be hit with high winds, hail and snow storms with the mercury set to dip to -7C in parts of the country.

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The yellow warning has been put into place for Glasgow from 6pm on Monday to 11.55pm on Tuesday, with temperatures struggling to get above 1C.

The Met Office said: “Frequent and heavy hail and snow showers are likely to affect many parts of Scotland from Monday evening, continuing for much of the day on Tuesday.

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“Travel delays on roads are possible, with a small chance of cancellations to public transport.

“There is a small chance that power cuts will occur and other services, such as mobile phone coverage, may be affected.

“In addition, some roads and pavements may become icy, increasing the chance of injuries from slips and falls.”