Highland residents have been facing a second day of disruption as challenging wintry conditions sweep across the north.
A heavy mid-morning blizzard brought caused havoc on the A939 between Grantown-on-Spey and Tomintoul, as snow drifts and strong winds led to the closure of the snow gates at Glenmore.
Highland Council workers were also been out in force as harsh weather caused landslides on Skye, Raasay and in Inverness-shire.
Residents in the township of Kylerhea remained cut off until 7am yesterday morning after 130 yards of road was left covered in mud following a landslip.
On the Isle of Raasay, work remained ongoing throughout the day to clear and reopen the “bottom” road near the community’s outdoor centre after a 100ft parapet wall collapsed onto the road.
Meanwhile, in Inverness-shire, a 3.5 tonne weight restriction was put in place to allow slope stabilisation works to get under way following a landslip on Glen Affric Road.
These incidents arose as Met Officer forecasters issued a yellow warning for ice across parts of the Highlands, which will remain in place until 10am today.
Sumburgh Airport was also closed for a brief time last night as severe weather affected the communications systems.
Engineers were hastily working to resolve the issue in an effort to reopen the airport to passengers.
In a statement, a HIAL spokesman said: “We apologise for any inconvenience and the airport will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.”