FIFERS are being warned to prepare for disruption with another yellow weather warning issued for the areas.

The Met Office has put the warning for snow and ice in place until midday, saying that wintry showers could bring some disruption to transport and travel.

A spokesperson stated: "Wintry showers will bring a mix of rain, sleet and snow overnight and at first tomorrow across the warning area.

"A few cms of additional snow is possible in places, with ice a hazard on untreated surfaces, or where treatment has been washed off. Showers will turn increasingly to rain from the west during Friday morning, with temperatures slowly rising.

"Snowy, wintry weather can cause delays and make driving conditions dangerous. Keep yourself and others safe by planning your route, giving yourself extra time for your journey. Check for road closures or delays to public transport and amend plans if necessary.

"If driving, make sure you have some essentials in your car in the event of any delays (e.g., warm clothing, food, water, a blanket, a torch, ice scraper/de icer, a warning triangle, high visibility vest and an in-car phone charger).

"If you need to make a journey on foot, try to use pavements along main roads which are likely to be less slippery. Similarly, if cycling, try and stick to main roads which are more likely to have been treated."

A further yellow weather warning is also in place affecting the area for Sunday for both wind and rain.