Glasgow residents have been warned to expect freezing fog ahead of Christmas Day.

The Met Office has said driving conditions could become dangerous with visibility falling to around 50 metres.

The city has been covered in thick fog throughout the day which is expected to last until Christmas Eve.

They also say there could be a chance of delays to journeys across the country, and flight cancellations.

A spokesperson for the Met Office statement said: "Fog patches will become more widespread overnight and dense in places.

"Not everywhere will see fog, but where it does form, visibility may fall to around 50 metres at times.

"Fog will be slow to clear on Monday, perhaps persisting in a few spots."

Temperatures are expected to hut around 1C (34F) in Glasgow with large swathes of the country remaining under cloud or fog for much of Boxing Day.