Edinburgh's weather: Capital set for snow as Met Office issue weather warning

Residents in the Capital have been warned to expect some snow in the Capital tomorrow.

Tuesday, 30th January 2018, 11:39 am
Updated Tuesday, 30th January 2018, 11:56 am
Snow is expected in the Capital tomorrow.

A Yellow weather warning for snow and ice has been issued in parts of the country, and while no warning is in place for Edinburgh and the Lothians, the area can still expect some winter weather.

The Capital can expect wet and windy weather through much of the night and early morning with heavy rain showers forecast.

It is expected to turn colder through the night with temperatures dropping to 1 degree at 6am.

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A weather warning is in place for much of the country. Picture; Met Office.

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Snow is forecast from 3am tomorrow with heavy snow showers lasting through much of the morning.

The snow is expected to fall until around 10am and could play havoc with the rush hour commute.

While it is forecast, it is not expected to be as heavy as the snow showers that brought parts of Scotland to a halt earlier this month.

A weather warning is in place for much of the country. Picture; Met Office.

After the early morning snow, it is expected to be cloudy with light rain showers for much of the day.

Snow is also forecast for the Capital for much of Saturday and could be heavy during Scotland’s 6 Nations clash.