MORE snow has been predicted for the Borders this week a yellow warning is issued.

Today the Met Office has given the Borders another yellow warning for snow which will be in place from 4pm tomorrow (Wednesday, March 15) until 4am on Thursday (March 16).

The Met Office warns that the snowy spells could cause travel disruption, particularly in elevated parts of the region.

Parts of the Borders covered by the warning include Peebles, Galashiels, Jedburgh, and Coldstream.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "Spells of snow are expected to develop Wednesday late afternoon and early evening, mainly in areas above 100 to 200 m.

"Later on Wednesday evening and during Thursday early hours this snow will then turn to rain as milder weather conditions spread across the British Isles.

"Meanwhile, below 100 to 200 m, snow may fall briefly during the late afternoon and early evening before turning to rain.

"Snow accumulations will be mainly in areas above 200 to 300 m with several centimetres of snow falling in some places, especially in Scotland, and above 400 m more than 10 cm of snow is possible in places."

This latest warning will have a medium likelihood and low impact according to the Met Office's warning impact matrix.

For more information, visit the Met Office's website.