Drivers needed to be rescued after their autos grew to become stranded in two metres of snow in the north of Scotland.
Vehicles received trapped in a single day on the A835 between Ullapool and Garve, Highland Council stated, with emergency providers aiding the rescue operation.
The Scottish Fireplace and Rescue Service stated it received to the Aultguish Inn on the A-road at about 5.15am on Friday, and crews stay on the scene.
Street administration organisation Bear Scotland stated snowdrifts have been two metres deep.
About 20 autos received stuck at Loch Droma, the council stated.
Regardless of plough trains getting used to clear snow from the tracks, Community Rail stated providers had been disrupted on the Highland Mainline.
Bear Scotland additionally stated the A85 was closed west of Methven in Perth and Kinross due to flooding brought on by floor water. All autos besides HGVs and buses have been being diverted.
The Met Workplace has issued an amber warning for snow for giant components of northern Scotland, warning it could possibly be “persistent and heavy” and result in “vital disruption”.
There’s additionally a yellow warning for snow, masking a barely bigger space, warning of “extended durations” of the white stuff.
About 10-15cm of snow is forecast at low ranges, with 20-30cm possible above about 150m.
An extra warning for snow and ice covers the size of Britain from noon on Saturday till midnight on Monday.
There’s additionally a considerable amount of rain forecast for components of England and Scotland.
It might really feel as chilly as -5C (23F) throughout some areas of the UK from Sunday, with a band of chilly air forecast to maneuver in from the East, remaining in place for the early a part of subsequent week and conserving temperatures hovering round freezing.
All this comes as the primary snowdrops of the season have begun to emerge – usually seen as the beginning of spring.
Sky News climate producer Joanna Robinson stated: “The chilly air presently throughout Scotland will convey additional snow there over the subsequent few days.
“That is on high of the snow seen in latest days, with depths reported to be round 40cm in Braemar and Crathie already. That is more likely to be a major and disruptive snow occasion for the Grampians, with blizzards and drifting snow.”
She continued: “Over the weekend, the chilly air takes over the remainder of the UK, with a uncooked easterly wind growing.
“Snow showers will transfer in off the North Sea to have an effect on jap components, however extra disruptive snow is feasible for East Anglia and the South East on Saturday evening and Sunday.
“There’s pretty excessive confidence that the chilly circumstances will proceed early subsequent week, with additional snow showers in the east. It would really feel bitterly chilly in the wind.”