Forecasters have warned people in the north and north-east to expect further freezing conditions, with snow predicted to fall across the region.
Following a weekend of disruption caused by the chilly temperatures, a new warning has been issued across the country from 6am until 9pm today.
Motorists were faced with tough driving conditions in the Highlands as snow, ice, wind and rain caused problems on Saturday and Sunday.
One car flipped onto its roof at Foregin, on a snowy stretch of road north of Carrbridge on Saturday morning.
The snow gates on the A939 Cockbridge to Tomintoul road were closed on Saturday night, with police advising those travelling to avoid them.
On Saturday morning, Aberdeen was hit by a brief but intense flurry which resulted in football sessions for youngsters being brought to an abrupt halt.
And several Highland League fixtures were cancelled after being defeated by the icy weather.
Nairn FC had to call off their game against Buckie Thistle after a pitch inspection.
Posting on social media, the club said: “Match off. Unfortunately a combination of a water-logged pitch, ice and snow has beaten us.”
Meanwhile, Scotrail had to cancel train services between Aberdeen and Glasgow due to water on the line and stormy seas led to a string of ferry crossings being axed.
Met Office forecaster, Simon Partridge, said a bout of rain and snow would move its way into the north-east and there would be some snowfall starting this morning.
He said: “There will mostly be significant accumulations above 984ft, and anywhere a bit lower down will see a lot of rain and sleet.
“Monday will start off particularly chilly, especially in the north, and it will be around midnight before the weather clears and pushes itself into the North Sea.
“In Aberdeenshire, Monday might see high temperatures of seven degrees and Tuesday highs of six – but this could get as low as -6 overnight.
“It will be breezy at times and this will add to the cold feel.”
There is significant risk of disruption to transport during rush hour and people are being advised to leave extra time for their journey.
Forecasters have predicted that, across the UK, this will be the wettest February for 89 years.
As for today, gritters have been out on the roads across Aberdeen with snow expected around 9am.