WEATHER warnings have been issued for Fife with snow and ice on the way over the next two days.

The Met Office said it's going to turn wintry over northern and eastern Scotland with freezing overnight temperatures and the risk of travel disruption.

Yellow warnings are in place on Monday and Tuesday due to an 'arctic maritime airmass' moving over the country with up to 5cm of snow expected in parts of the Kingdom.

Deputy chief meteorologist, Chris Almond, said: “Very cold air will spread across the UK from late on Sunday through early next week.

"This brings with it snow even to low levels in the north and east through Monday and Tuesday, and in excess of 10cm could accumulate, most likely on high ground in the north, but also settling for a time at lower levels.

“With freezing overnight temperatures and the risk of ice, there’s a risk of some travel disruption and wintry hazards are likely to persist through much of next week, even further south for a time, so keep an eye on the Met Office forecast for the latest information.”

Freezing overnight temperatures are likely to stay with us until Saturday.