The winter weather is set to continue tomorrow as the Met Office issue an ice warning.
Parts of Scotland woke up to heavy snow showers as rush hour began.
Heavy flurries began at around 6am in the central belt as commuters began to make their way to work. Forecasters said snow showers were most prominent across the Central Belt but Inverness-shire was also affected.
The yellow ice alert comes into force tonight from 8pm until 9am tomorrow morning. It covers Grampian, Highlands and islands.
Wintry showers will become confined to the Northern Isles and northern Scotland overnight, with icy patches forming.
There is a chance of difficult driving conditions on untreated roads and slippery conditions on pavements. A further 1-2 cm of snow is likely locally, mainly across higher ground of the north, with locally 5 cm over higher parts of Sutherland and Wester Ross.
The Met Office’s chief forecaster’s assessment reads: “Following wintry showers, temperatures are expected to fall below freezing widely overnight, with ice forming on untreated surfaces.”