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Snow hits Scotland today as Met Office warns of Storm Aurore fallout

Snow is set to fall in Scotland today as temperatures drop before the country braces itself for the fallout of Storm Aurore.

Forecasters say parts of the country will see "flurries" over the next few days after Aberdeenshire was treated to one of winter's first snowfalls last night.

It comes as the Met Office has warned of heavy rain and freezing winds to sweep in over the weekend as Storm Aurore batters the nation.

Up to 60mm of rain could fall in a 24-hour period in western Scotland and across the central belt in what will be an "unsettled weekend".

Storm Aurore has been causing havoc in England with heavy rain and flooding, with the tail-end of the wet and windy conditions set to impact Scotland before it moves across the English Channel.

On Wednesday evening, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, saw flurries of snow after one local captured the rare weather occurrence.

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