A 20-hour weather warning for ice has been issued for West Fife. 

Ice is expected to readily form overnight as rain and snow clears.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning starting from 3pm today (Monday) lasting until 11am tomorrow (Tuesday).

Forecasters are predicting that rain and snow will clear southwards later today and overnight into Tuesday, with a "rapid freeze" following. Some hilly areas will see a further cover of 1-3 cm snow beforehand.

Ice will become widespread over northern Scotland from around dusk, and much of the rest of Scotland by late evening or the early hours. 

The public are being warned that there is a higher likelihood of accidents and injuries due to icy surfaces, and icy stretches will form on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.