The “weather bomb” is causing travel turmoil for the third day as high winds, snow and ice hit much of the country.
A weather warning has been in place for much of the week and commuters are advised to plan ahead.
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) December 11, 2014
Skye Bridge is closed to all vehicles and Kessock Bridge is open, but should be approached with caution.
The B9008 at Tomintoul and the A93 at Braemar are closed due to snow.
Traffic is slow on the A93 in Aberdeenshire due to snow between the School Road junction in Braemar and the Glenshee junction.
And some non-weather related things to look out for:
In Aberdeen, Traffic is slower than usual on the A96 between Kinsgwells and Aberdeen near the Chapel of Stoneywood due to maintenance work.
There’s long-term roadworks on St Machar Drive in Tillydrone at the Bedford Road junction.
A diversion is still in place at Riverside Drive.
The usual congestion can be expected around Haudagain, Union Street, Holburn Street and the Beach Boulevard.
In Aberdeenshire one lane on the A90 at Stonehaven is closed for resurfacing during the night.
There’s also resurfacing work outside Peterhead, which could cause delays.
And in Keith temporary traffic lights are in place in both directions on Moss Street at the Bridge Street junction.