Storm Ciara may be over but the Highlands are still feeling the freeze as a drop in temperatures bring snow across the region.
Motorists are being warned of hazardous driving conditions with blizzard winds and heavy snow affecting the region throughout Monday and Tuesday.
Traffic Scotland cameras show the extent of the snowfall on the A9, A887, A835, A87, A889 and A95.
Pictures this morning from our road operating companies @NWTrunkRoads on the #A82 and @SETrunkRoads on the #A68 as we work across the trunk road network to #KeepScotlandMoving. Follow @TrafficScotland and visit https://t.co/ExSbGgemUN for the latest travel updates @ReadyScotland pic.twitter.com/YxKiW7z8qi
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The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning, a statement said: “Frequent and heavy snow showers will affect the region throughout Monday and Tuesday.
“Snow will gradually build up and in a few locations, accumulations of over 20 cm are possible by Tuesday evening over the highest routes in Scotland.
“The height of the snow level will vary throughout the period, but it is likely that any snow accumulations at low levels will only be temporary.
Scenes like this will be common today with some higher routes becoming tricky with drifting snow and blizzards at times.
“Strong winds, gusting 50-60mph, will lead to blizzard conditions at times and considerable drifting of lying snow over high ground.
“Icy surfaces are likely to occur, more especially on Monday night into Tuesday morning.
“Frequent lightning strikes are also possible, perhaps leading to interruptions to power supplies.”