Weather Bomb also known as Storm Fionn has begun to wreak havoc across the United Kingdom. So much so that heavy snowfall activity was observed in parts of Northern Ireland as well as Scotland last night. The deployment of rescue teams to keep a check on abandoned vehicles has already been done on the M74.
In fact, travel conditions across the M74 will remain very poor as long as the snow situation persists.
Eskdalemuir in Dumfries saw one foot of snow, while 23 cm of snowfall was accumulated at Glenanne in Co Armagh. Meanwhile, 21 cm of snow fell over Tulloch bridge overnight with minimums falling around -4 degrees Celsius.