The Met Office has lifted all weather warnings for Scotland, after Storm Deirdre caused crashes on the M74 and coated much of Glasgow in snow on Saturday.

Yellow and amber weather warnings for snow and ice were issued on Friday, and Met Office warned there was a "danger to life" and "very dangerous" conditions expected.

On Sunday, the warnings were lifted and the weather is expected to be much milder in Glasgow, with maximum temperatures of 8°C and showers throughout the day. 

The Met Office warned that the city could see frost on Sunday night, with maximum temperatures of 2°C overnight. Much of the worst of the weather is "out of the way", the forecaster said.

Traffic Scotland tweeted that it had sent 29 gritters out onto Scottish roads on Saturday night.

Snow was reported in the West End of Glasgow on Saturday, and rain battered the city for much of the day.

Authorities closed one lane of the M8 after flooding at Junction 28, and multiple crashes were reported between junctions 15 and 17 of the M74.

Traffic Scotland urged the public on Twitter: "Don't take weather warnings lightly, they are put in to action to help keep you and your loved ones safe.

"Plan ahead, travel with caution and take action when nessessary."

It recommended that drivers put together an "emergency travel kit", including a first aid kit, warm shoes, a torch, snow shovel, de-icer, water, non-perishable food and a charger.