While residents in Dumfries and Galloway woke to a blanket of snow, those in other parts of the UK were battling flash floods, freezing temperatures and strong winds.
Heavy snow and freezing conditions started the day in the village of Wanlockhead in Dumfries and Galloway, while torrential downpours caused flash-flooding and travel chaos south of the border.
Passengers on board a ferry in the Irish Sea were forced to spend the night in howling gales off the Welsh coast after it was deemed too dangerous to attempt to dock, while hundreds of homes were left without power in the north-east of England.
There were reports of stranded motorists needing rescue by emergency services from Devon and Cornwall to Tyne and Wear, while the deluge closed roads and schools, homes flooded, and railway lines were engulfed in the wake of Storm Angus.
Conditions are due to improve into Wednesday as the unsettled conditions pass, with colder nights expected under clearer skies.
The mercury could dip to minus 5C (23F) in the Scottish Highlands, while many could wake up to frost on Wednesday.