A WEATHER warning has been issued for Glasgow with temperatures set to plummet.

The Met Office has warned icy stretches will cause issues for motorists, with morning rush hour expected to be affected.

The weather forecaster said the Yellow ice warning means people could be injured as a result of falls while untreated roads and cycle paths could increase accidents.

It's the second warning for the city in less than a week.

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On Wednesday, Storm Diana's strong winds wreaked havoc across the city with roads forced to close due to fallen trees and public transport delays.

Today's warning is in place from 3am to 10am tomorrow.

Temperatures will continue to drop throughout the day with lows of 0C predicted overnight into Tuesday morning.

Traffic Scotland have urged all motorists to follow the Met Office's advice and take care on the roads throughout the day.