Glaswegians are being urged to take care on Monday morning as the city may wake up to a sheet of ice amid country-wide warnings. 

The Met Office has issued a Yellow warning for ice which is set to affect Glasgow and its surrounding area. 

They say rain and hill snow moving eastwards on Sunday night will cause icy surfaces across Scotland

Temperatures are set to plunge throughout the night, with the warning covering between 12am and 10am on Monday morning. 

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Glasgow can expect some roads and railways to be affected resulting in longer journey times. 

Pedestrians are also advised to take care as icy surfaces may lead to slips and falls and icy patches are expected on some untreated roads and pavements. 

Those traveling north from Glasgow can expect to see rain showers turn into snow and ice through the night. 

Hill snow is expected above around 100m in central Scotland.