SCOTS are set to be lashed by heavy rain in the coming days, as temperatures plummet below zero.
Met Office forecasters have a yellow be aware warning in place for large parts of the country until Tuesday night.
And they warn that there’s a chance of travel chaos amid the showers and any potential flooding.
Further snow is expected to fall on Tuesday on the North-East’s higher ground, with chilly 5-7C days for most this week and -3C from tomorrow morning in Scotland.
According to forecaster Meteogroup, snow could also follow heavy rain in higher ground in Scotland and Northern Ireland tomorrow evening.
The yellow rain alert is in place until 9pm on Tuesday night.
A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “Bus and train services affected with journey times taking longer.
“Spray and flooding on roads will make journey times longer.
“A few homes and businesses flooded.”
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