The Met Office is warning of icy conditions and the possibility of snow across the north-east this evening and into Thursday.
A band of cold weather is settling in over parts of Grampian, with icy patches likely in Aberdeenshire and parts of Moray. A yellow weather warning is in place.
People are being warned to watch for dangers caused by slippy paths and roads, with the alert in place from 7pm tonight until 10am tomorrow.
— Met Office (@metoffice) November 13, 2019
A Met Office statement said: “Scattered showers will affect much of the east coast of Scotland this evening and overnight, falling on to freezing surfaces.
“These will be heavy at times and will lead to a risk of icy surfaces where any treatment is washed off.
“Showers will be wintry above 200m away from the coast across Aberdeenshire and Moray, with 1cm-2cm of snow possible.”
Parts of Grampian have already seen their first snow of the season, with wintry scenes on higher ground at the Mar Lodge Estate in Braemar last week.
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