Two main roads in the Scottish Borders have been closed by snow this morning.
Scottish Borders Council say the A699 route from Selkirk to St Boswells and the A708 between Selkirk and Moffat are shut.
One of the main routes through southern Scotland is closed this morning.
Police Scotland say the A7 is shut in High Street, Langholm due to an 'ongoing incident'.
Motorists in Carlisle are facing major disruption this morning after a crash on the city's bypass.
The collision happened at around 7:20am between Burgh Road and Dukes Drive on the A689 and involved a car and tanker.
The road is closed and diversions are in place, taking motorists through the city.
The following roads are closed:
- B712 closed at Dawyk, access to Stobo from east.
- B712 closed between Rachan and Merlindale due to debris on road.
- B712 closed south of Stobo Castle to Rachan at the junction of A701.
- B7062 Peebles to Traquair - closed due to flooding.
- D83/2 Peel to Walkerburn - trees and power cable down.
- D1/2 Ettrick to Potburn - closed due to landslip.
- A72 Kirkton Manor - closed due to flooding
- C10 Manor Bridge – closed due to flooding and possible structural damage
- B709 Granites Road (north of golf course) - closed due to flooding
- B6359 Cavers Carre/Clarilaw
- B7009 Selkirk to Tushielaw
- D25/2 Boleside
- A699 Springwood Park, Kelso
- D25/3 Haysike Bridge – closed due to structural damage
- B6350 Sprouston to Cornhill - closed on Northumberland side
For more information and further updates, visit the Scottish Borders website.
Police are warning people to take extra care whilst driving on the M6 due to poor weather conditions.
The M6 was shut northbound at junction after an accident involving nine vehicles. There were severe delays, however the road has now re-opened.
The winds are particularly strong between junctions 39 and 44, with the matrix signs advising drivers to limit their speed to 50mph.
Roadworks for a new traffic system at Three Road Ends in Dumfries is expected to cause major delays.
The work will start on Monday 12 October, lasting for three weeks through the school holidays.
The new traffic system is hoped to ease congestion and benefit drivers in the long term.
Whether you are driving to work, cycling to the university and college or taking the bus to a hospital appointment, please be understanding of the situation. Plan ahead and give yourself extra time to complete your journey. I am confident the new traffic signal equipment will ease congestion in the area long-term."
Police are warning motorists to expect traffic disruption in north Cumbria tomorrow.
An abnormal load is being escorted from Carlisle to Blenkinsopp in Northumberland via the A689 into Crosby Village and onto the A69.
The load will start to be moved at around 9am and police say drivers should expect delays until 1pm.
Police are advising there will be delays on roads in Cumbria this morning, because of two slow-moving abnormal loads.
They're travelling from Kingstown at around 9am, along the A689 via Crosby-on-Eden and on to the A69.
Traffic is expected to be slower than usual.
Police will be escorting a slow moving abnormal load this morning from the A69 Northumbria boundary at Greenhead to Lowca Lane, Seaton.
It will start around 10:30am via the A69 route, A689 Northern Relief Road at Carlisle, and A595 to Thursby.
The load will then travel to Seaton via the A596.
Motorists should expect delays until approximately 2:30pm.
To keep up to date with the situation on Cumbria roads please visit: the Cumbria Police website.
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