The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow and ice in the North-east.
A yellow warning, meaning be aware, has been put out for Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray and is valid from 8pm tonight until 8am tomorrow.
It follows the forecaster saying the wintry weather looks set to last until the weekend.
Late April has been marred by a series of icy blasts with plummeting temperatures and blizzard-like conditions.
Spokeswoman for the Met Office, Lindsay Mears, said: “The temperature is 7-9 degrees so anything coming in as rain is falling as snow.
“Although it’s cold, when the sun comes out it’s quite a bit warmer.
“It does look like very heavy showers which could turn wintry, that pattern carrying on for the rest of the week with cold nights until about Friday when there will be a bit of a change in the direction of the weather.
“It will be getting a bit milder but still wet.”
Yellow Warning of Snow and Ice for Grampian : Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire & Moray valid from 2000 Tue 26 Apr to 0… https://t.co/j4ltqm9ZuW
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