Arctic air will bring wintry weather to British springtime this week.
The weather this weekend will be mixed across the UK, with showers and fog covering some of the country.
The weather across Aberdeen, the north-east, Moray and the Highlands and Islands is set to improve, but rain will visit every region in the coming days.
Commuters faced severe delays on Thursday morning after rail companies blamed icy conditions for cancelled services.
A severe weather warning for snow has been issued as wintry conditions continue to affect much of the UK.
Hill snow, sleet, showers and gales are expected for parts of the country on Wednesday as the chilly snap keeps hold.
Hill snow and sleet have hit parts of the country as the wintry start to spring continues.
Hail, rain and snow have struck parts of the UK as a northerly wind brought wintry conditions.
Britain is set to bask in above average temperatures of up 18C this week.
Aberdeenshire and the Highlands may be among the best places in Scotland to see an extraordinary display of the Northern Lights this weekend.
March is set to get mild, with above-average temperatures expected for the time of year.
A blast of wintry weather affecting most parts of the UK is to be short lived with sunshine and showers expected from Sunday.
A blast of wintry weather will affect most parts of the UK this weekend with snow already causing problems for travellers in Scotland.
Motorists are being urged to be prepared and stay cautious with the return of a freezing wintry snap across Scotland today.
The strong gales and heavy rain brought by Storm Gareth have disrupted the UK’s transport network including delays to ferries and trains and road closures.
Storm Gareth’s strong gales and heavy rain have been causing disruption, with rail and road links across the country affected.
Heavy rain has hit parts of the country as Storm Gareth is set to bring potentially disruptive weather to the UK.
Storm Gareth will bring potentially destructive weather to parts of the UK this week, the Met Office has said.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for snow and ice across the north and north-east this morning.
Gales and snow caused disruption and battered parts of Britain as winds of up to 65mph swept through southern parts of England.
Parts of Britain are waking up to snow on Sunday as gales are set to batter the country through the day.
Wintry weather is poised to grip much of Britain, prompting forecasters to issue warnings for snow, ice and wind.
Storm Freya is bringing gales, snow and travel disruption as the Met Office warns that dangerous conditions will continue into Monday.
Storm Freya is set to bring strong winds, dangerous conditions and travel disruption to Britain on Sunday after the Met Office announced that last month saw record-breaking temperatures.
Storm Freya is set to bring strong winds, dangerous conditions and travel disruptions to Britain after February’s record-breaking high temperatures and sunshine, according to the Met Office.
Record-breaking temperatures have put the current month on course to be the warmest February since records began, the Met Office said.
The warm, dry weather was predicted to continue for one more day after firefighters tackled a series of blazes across Britain during record-breaking temperatures.
Britain will bask in more warm weather on Tuesday as forecasters predict temperatures could come close to beating Monday’s record-breaking high.
A year on from the Beast from the East which left Britons battling snow and ice, a new record has been set for the UK’s warmest February day.
Passengers flying to and from London airports have suffered flight delays due to fog on Friday morning.
A yellow weather warning for fog has been issued for parts of England.
The warmest ever February day in Scotland has been recorded with unseasonably mild temperatures across the UK, according to the Met Office.