Commuters faced rush hour delays of more than half an hour after thick fog descended upon the north-east yesterday morning.
Motorists were stuck in queues of traffic on the A90 heading into the city northbound from Portlethen and southbound from Ellon.
There were also reports of delays heading towards Aberdeen from Westhill, with drivers suffering delays of around 25 minutes due to the difficult conditions.
In addition Auchmill Road was reduced to one lane after a minor crash between two cars, while there were also tailbacks on Wellington Road after a car ran out of petrol.
Similar driving conditions have been forecast for later this week.
Road users are being urged to ensure they drive appropriately in fog and heavy rain.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Driving in fog drastically reduces visibility so it is important to make your presence aware to other road users.
“Use dipped headlights if driving in light fog and use fog lights if driving in thick fog.
“Fog lights must only be used if visibility is less than 100 metres and must be switched off if visibility improves.”