Motorists have been advised to exert caution this morning, with snow already causing a spate of accidents.
A van ploughed down an embankment near Turriff, and the driver had to be cut free by firefighters.
Police are dealing with a one vehicle crash on the B977 on the Echt to Dunecht road.
A spokeswoman for the force said the road was partially blocked but units were on the scene.
The incident happened at 6.45am.
A vehicle also struck a barrier near the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) shortly after 6.30am this morning.
Police said: “The vehicle hit a barrier and ended up on the roundabout near the AECC. The driver was not injured.”
Meanwhile, a lorry became stuck on the bridge into Inverurie from Oldmeldrum.
The route is passable with care but drivers have been told to expect delays.
There are also issues on the Netherley road with cars getting stuck at the hill in the northern section of the road.
A car flipped on the B9001 near Middlehill Croft Rothienorman at 7.24am.
Police confirmed: “The car landed in the field but had initially flipped and landed back on its wheels.
“We have sent an ambulance to check the driver but they are shaken.”
A vehicle also landed on its side on the A90 northbound near the Drumlithie turn off at 7am.
A Police spokeswoman said: “We have received a number of reports of cars leaving the road this morning due to the conditions.
“Between 6.30am and 8am we have reports of cars leaving the road at Inverbervie, Pitmedden, Newmachar, Westhill, Stonehaven and Laurencekirk.
“We are stressing to drivers to please take care while driving in the conditions.”
The spokeswoman added that, despite the chaos, no roads had actually been closed.
The force later took to social media to send out a desperate plea for drivers to take care.
The statement said: “Don’t think we need to point out that there’s a bit of snow falling in the #NorthEast this morning – however we would remind motorists to PLEASE take care on the roads and TAKE YOUR TIME.”
Advice on winter driving can be found at www.scotland.police.uk/whats-happening/travel-advice/winter-driving/