A weather warning has been issued for areas of the North-east.
Aberdeenshire, Angus and Moray will be affected by snow until 3pm tomorrow, according to the Met Office.
The warning came into effect yesterday at 3am.
According to the Met Office “a further 5-10cm (2-4in) of snow is expected to accumulate in places, mainly above 300m, with a chance of 2cm to 5cm (up to 2in) accumulating below this, mainly above 200m. There is also the possibility of a couple of centimetres of wet snow to settle locally at lower levels for a time, before snow turns back to rain.
“Strong winds are also expected which will likely lead to some drifting of snow on the high ground.”
Police Scotland has issued warnings to drivers in affected areas.
Deputy head of Road Policing for Police Scotland Superintendent Louise Blakelock said: “I would urge drivers to plan accordingly, check the conditions ahead and make sure they are prepared for all eventualities.”