Roads in Lanarkshire were closed this morning due to heavy snowfall last night.
Various routes across the country were disrupted for motorists traveling this morning, including the M74.
The M74 between J74 and J15 is closed due to adverse weather and root clearing.
South Lanarkshire Council says schools in Clydesdale will open at 10 a.m. today due to inclement weather.
Stratton Academy will also face delays.
The following roads have been closed to allow snow to fall: – A70 on Hinford Bridge, A70 on Rigside, B7076 on Greenhill Stairs, A72 on Kirkfield Bank, Lanark.
Others took to social media to warn of problems in other areas, including Motherwell.
The aerobics road is said to have come to a standstill as traffic returns through the normally congested road.
An employee posted: “Keep the Airbills road grid locked if possible.”
Large tailbacks have been reported on the A721 from Craigneck to Visa.
The Garion Bridge also stopped for more than an hour.
Parts of Larkal also show problems with a bus getting stuck in the Netherlands.
The South Lanarkshire Council issued a statement on their Facebook page this morning: “All roads on our precautionary routes were treated again last night. Patrolling continued throughout the night. All precautionary measures are being treated again this morning due to continuous snowfall.”
Roads across Clydesdale were also badly affected this morning.
One employee stated on social media: “Everywhere I went from Cornwall to Lanark, I was a little distressed.”
Forecasters issued a new weather warning yesterday about last night’s snowfall.
The yellow warning covers most of Lanarkshire, with some areas expected to be worse than others.
20 cm of snow accumulates in some parts of the country.