The north and north-east is braced for more wintry scenes as the Met Office extends the weather warnings for the north.
Here are the weather warnings for the rest of the week:
A yellow warning is in place today for snow and ice for many parts of the north of Scotland. Heavy, “squally showers” will turn to sleet, hail and snow and it is expected to continue tomorrow.
The alert, which is in place from 3pm today to 6pm tomorrow for Grampian, Highlands and islands, states over the hills, snow will drift in the strong to gale force winds.
Travel delays on roads are possible, as are public transport cancellations. There is also a chance of power cuts, and services including mobile phone coverage could be affected.
A yellow be aware snow warning is in place for P&J land from 6pm through to 9am on Thursday.
The Met Office’s chief forecaster’s assessment reads: “A deepening area of low pressure is expected to track east across the UK during Wednesday night and into Thursday. Across parts of the north, a spell of persistent and perhaps heavy snow may develop. This could see 3-8 cm of snow accumulate in places with up to 20 cm over high ground. There is still significant uncertainty regarding the extent and location of any heavy snowfall, at this stage parts of northern and central Scotland appear most at risk.”