THE Met Office has warned of a subzero cold snap hitting Scotland with possible snowfall in February.

It comes after Storm Isha and Jocelyn battered the UK, with one man in Scotland dying after his car collided with a fallen tree.

Met Office spokesman Stephen Dixon said that Arctic air is set to migrate to the UK.

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He said: "Signals point to the chance of a cold spell and snow in mid and late February in the North".

"The UK is transitioning to some more typical winter weather over the coming days, though areas further north and west will see some periods of wet weather over the weekend," he added.

According to weather forecasters WXCharts, meanwhile, snow has been predicted on Tuesday (January 30) across central and northern Scotland.

Temperatures are also expected to dip to subzero temperatures, particularly in the northern parts of the country.