A fresh weather warning for ice has been issued across Scotland as some areas face day three of sub-zero temperatures.

The Met Office said the yellow "severe" warning will come into effect at 6pm on Wednesday, and won't let up until Thursday morning.

Motorists have been advised to take extra care on the roads, especially those that are untreated.

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Forecasters predict some parts of the country could expect further wintry showers later in the day.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "Another cold night with a risk of ice, either where surfaces remain wet from daytime showers, or where further wintry showers fall onto frozen surfaces during the night and on Thursday morning.

"Showers will be a mix of rain, sleet and snow, with some slight accumulations possible, mainly above 200 metres."

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It comes after two days of weather warnings across the country, with much of Scotland experiencing its first snow of 2019 on Tuesday.

Police Scotland said that snow which hit commuters on Scotland's major motorways on Tuesday resulted in 125 road crash incidents between 7am and 10am.