A warning for icy surfaces across Glasgow will remain in place this morning. 

The Met Office is urging residents to take caution as the city woke up to blankets of ice and frost across roads and pavements. 

The forecaster has said travel disruption may be likely until around 11am.

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Locals should expect some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.

Met Office forecaster, Chris Tubbs, said: “The cold conditions are forecast to remain across the UK until Tuesday, when more Atlantic-dominated weather is due to exert an influence, gradually bringing milder, but wetter conditions to the UK once more, although this may take a while to reach the north-east of the UK."

Police Scotland has also advised Glaswegians not to leave cars unattended while defrosting windows after a number of vehicles were stolen at the weekend. 

A Tweet reads: "On frosty mornings it might be tempting to leave your vehicle unattended with the engine running.

"Don't leave your car unattended with keys in it as opportunist thieves could steal it."