The cold weather is firmly with us and though it’s easy to see some effects that a fall in temperature has on driving, how it changes the way your car works is a little trickier to observe.
Temperatures dropped to nearly minus 10C on Monday night – the coldest of the autumn so far.
Temperatures could reach their lowest so far this autumn, with a frosty night ahead, the Met Office has warned.
The UK has been struggling in sub-zero conditions after the coldest night of the winter.
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Health officials in the North-east have urged members of the public to self-treat any flu-like symptoms before visiting their GP.
You may not know it, but your body requires more water in the winter – especially if you have your heating system on quite often.
A pillow which uses cool water to help the user drift off to sleep will go into production after raising more than double its crowdfunding target in just days.
Motorists in the North-east have been urged to be cautious due to low temperatures.
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Nearly 20 driving tests were cancelled at centres in Aberdeen today because of bad weather.
The North-east has basked in sunshine on the warmest day of the year so far, according to weather experts.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow and ice in the North-east.