Motorists in the North-east have been urged to be cautious due to low temperatures.
Traffic Scotland has warned that driving conditions are being affected by the cold.
The message was put out last night at 9.05pm and remains in place.
North-east road temperatures were below freezing this at around 4.30am this morning, including -4C on the A90 at Charleston and -6.5C at Keith on the A96.
Forecasters from the Met Office said the region would see a cold, frosty start with some freezing fog patches, which would slowly be clearing.
Temperatures in Aberdeen today were set to stay around 6C, while in Braemar it could drop to 1C.
There are no weather warnings in place.