A weather warning has been extended across the North-east tomorrow, as the Beast from the East’s grip loosens.
The Met Office had originally forecast that the warnings would expire tonight.
A warning for rain and snow has now been put in place until 9pm tomorrow.
The Met Office website has said: “A band of rain and hill snow is expected to push north across Scotland during the early part of Tuesday, becoming slow moving, before weakening through the day.
“5-10 cm of snow is likely to accumulate over higher routes, such as the A9, above 200 m, with 10-15 cm possible on the highest routes above 400 m.
“Below 200 m rain is expected and 20-30 mm is possible along eastern coastal regions. This rain combined with snow melt may lead to some surface flooding of roads.”