A YELLOW warning for snow has been issued by the Met Office from 11am this morning (Tuesday) until midnight for parts of Clydebank.

The Met Office ‘be aware’ yellow warning is in place in some areas of mainland Scotland, and across the whole of England, ahead of Storm Barra.

The forecaster says that heavy snow may affect parts of the area where the warning is in place, with possible significant travel disruption.

Effects could include travel delays, stranded vehicles and passengers on some higher routes, potential road closures, delays or cancellations to rail and air travel, power cuts, interruptions to mobile phone coverage, and dangerous or impassable pavements and cycle paths.



Storm Barra is arriving not long after Storm Arwen, bringing gales, rain and snow to many parts of the country. 

Forecasters have predicted gusts of up to 60-70mph and as much as 20cm of snow on high grounds.  

Although ScotRail have not announced any train disruptions yet for Clydebank, commuters travelling to Edinburgh, Aberdeen and from Glasgow will be affected.

Customers are advised that train tickets will be accepted on buses in the areas affected.

For further updates, Scotrail have advised passengers to check their website or their app, or you can visit travelinescotland.com.