Once again, ice will create hazardous conditions across the region between now and 11am on Friday morning.
Heavy showers of rain, hail, sleet and snow are expected with some clearer periods, making temperatures dip sharply.
Ice and snow will fall on higher ground today but will possibly affect areas at lower levels, particularly in Dumfries & Galloway and the Borders.
Ice will also form on untreated roads and surfaces, causing disruption to travel.
Ice will again form on some surfaces across the region from 4pm today to 11am on Thursday morning.
Wintry showers could lead to a build up of snow on higher grounds.
Untreated roads and pathways will become slippery, causing a small chance of travel disruption in parts of the Scottish Borders.
Three roads in Cumbria remain closed due to icy conditions:
- Ennerdale Bridge - Cold Fell Road is closed due to ice between Ennerdale Bridge and Calder Bridge.
- Eskdale - Hardknott Pass is closed due to ice between Eskdale and Little Langdale.
- Buttermere - Newlands Pass is closed due to ice between Buttermere and Braithwaite.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for snow and ice across the Border region, with 'bitterly cold winds' bringing temperatures not far from freezing.
During Friday between the early hours of the morning until 6pm, 2-5 cm of snow is likely to fall, with icy surfaces forming overnight. This is expected to cause travel delays and cancellations to public transport, with potential interruptions to power supplies.
On Sunday, heavy snow is possible between 4am and 11.55pm. Motorists are warned this could lead to vehicles becoming stranded in difficult driving conditions. Access to rural communities could also be cut off.
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The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for ice in Cumbria and southern Scotland.
Ice is likely to form on Friday evening and overnight into Saturday on roads, pavements and cycle paths that haven't been gritted.
Snow showers are also expected on high grounds. Drivers are warned there is a risk of slippery surfaces which will make driving conditions difficult.
The Met Office has issued a yellow ice warning for Cumbria and southern Scotland. Some icy patches are expected to form on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths this evening and overnight into Friday.
Drivers are warned there is a risk of slippery surfaces which will make driving conditions difficult.
A number of flood warnings have been issued in Cumbria following alerts of heavy rain and gale force winds across the Border region.
Where are flood warnings in place?
- Dragley Beck at Ulverston from Dragley Beck Bridge on Well Lane downstream to South Ulverston
- Keswick Campsite
- Poaka Beck, The Yarl, Hagg Gill and Butts Beck at Dalton in Furness including Town Centre, Queen St
- Poaka Beck, The Yarl, Hagg Gill and Butts Beck at Dalton in Furness, including other areas
- River Ehen at Egremont, Bleach Green, Ennerdale Mill, Springfield Rd, Vale View, Wood Bank
- River Greta at Keswick, Fitz Park and Riverside Flats Areas
- River Greta at Keswick, Keswick Campsite, Rugby Club and Quinta
- River Kent at Burneside, Steeles Row and Carling Steps
- River Kent at Kendal, Benson Green, Burneside Rd, Gilthwaite Rigg, and St Johns Ambulance
- Wiza Beck & Black Beck at Wigton, Station Rd
Drivers are advised to expect difficult travel conditions and delays to their journey. For traffic updates please visit https://www.cumbria.police.uk/Traffic/Traffic.aspx
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for heavy rain in Cumbria and southern Scotland between 8am Wednesday and 4am Thursday.
Several flood alerts have also been issued across Cumbria. Drivers are advised to expect travel delays as flooding and spray is set to affect roads.
Strong winds are expected to move east over Cumbria between 9am Wednesday and 7am Thursday.
Delays to public transport are expected as the bad weather adds to the difficult travel conditions.
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A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued across Dumfries and Galloway, Lothian, and the Borders.
Winds are most likely to gust between 50 and 60 mph across much of the warning area.
The warning is in place until 3pm today in association with ex-Ophelia
Public transport might be effected with delays and road closures. Power cuts and damage to buildings could also happen.
The warning area has reduced from southwest Scotland and northwest England as winds are easing here.