Scotland's festive freeze looks set to continue

Buddy the dog in the Galloway Hills Image copyright Mark McKie
Image caption Mark McKie's dog, Buddy, enjoyed a run in the snow-covered Galloway Hills

People in Scotland are being warned to expect more wintry weather as the festive chill looks set last for the rest of the week.

Forecasters say rain, sleet and snow is expected on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, and they have issued a yellow warning of ice.

The Met Office said inland areas were likely to be worst affected by snow and ice, particularly the north Highlands.

Snow is likely to hit southern Scotland and northern England on Friday.

A Met Office yellow warning for snow comes into force at 03:00 on Friday, with forecasters warning it could affect roads and railways.

Meanwhile, BBC Scotland website readers have been sending us their pictures of the snow in Scotland.

Send your photos to or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

Child in the snow in Shotts Image copyright Claire Traynor
Image caption Claire Traynor sent us this picture of her daughter enjoying a "magical walk" in Shotts on Wednesday.
Looking west towards Lanark on the Lang Whang Image copyright Bill Bennett
Image caption Bill Bennet, of East Calder, took this shot looking west towards Lanark on the Land Whang.
Children sledging on Boxing Day at Chatelherault Country Park, Hamilton Image copyright Stevie McKenna
Image caption These children found the perfect hill for sledging at Chatelherault Country Park in Hamilton. Picture by Stevie McKenna.
Dog looking through window at heavy snow in Feshiebridge Image copyright @thehairyhaggis/Twitter
Image caption Even Hugo the dog got excited about how heavy the snow got in Feshiebridge, says Tim Everett.
Snow drifts against trees in South Lanarkshire Image copyright Cameron Scott
Image caption Cameron Scott enjoyed a lovely, snowy Boxing Day in Carluke, South Lanarkshire.
picture of the the Boxing Day snow during my walk within the Lammermuir Hills, showing the road to Duns and the whiteadder Reservoir. Image copyright Chris Spowart
Image caption Chris Spowart captured the Boxing Day snow on the Lammermuir Hills in the Scottish Borders.
Winter Sun – Cumbernauld Community Park’ Image copyright Alan Lalley
Image caption The winter sun is shining on Cumbernauld Community Park in this picture by Alan Lalley.
View from Lee Pen, Innerleithen, Scottish Borders on Boxing Day 2017. Image copyright Tom Harvey
Image caption It was a white Boxing Day in the Borders. Tom Harvey took this at 11:00 on Lee Pen, Innerleithen.

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