The Met Office has issued a Yellow warning (Be aware) for ice across the Border region.
Drivers are being warned of the potential difficult driving conditions and to expect some travel disruption on the roads.
Wintry showers will continue on and off overnight. Clear skies between areas of showers will allow ice to form at times on untreated surfaces. In addition over high ground, above about 300 m and especially across Scotland, some accumulations of snow are likely."
A few showers at first, but these soon clearing to leave a mostly fine if chilly afternoon, as winds moderate a little.
Further wet weather is expected by late evening.
Maximum Temperature 7°C.
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Wintry showers will continue on and off overnight.
Clear skies between areas of showers will allow ice to form at times on untreated surfaces.
Please be aware of the potential for difficult driving conditions and some disruption.
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