Storm Ali caused disruption across swathes of the north yesterday as motorists, rail and ferry passengers were hit.
The snow gates have been shut on two remote north roads tonight. The B9007 Carrbridge-Ferness road closed earlier today. And the A889 Laggan-Dalwhinnie snow gates are also closed. More snow is forecast overnight, according to the Met Office. Conditions on the A9 at Drumochter are also treacherous.
Gardeners at the National Trust for Scotland's Inverewe Garden in Wester Ross are assessing havoc caused by the recent violent storms.
A storm-damaged bridge on the Black Isle will have to be replaced, according to Highland Council.
Winds of up to 80mph are predicted to hit the north-east and Moray today, battering areas until tomorrow morning.
A Highland councillor raised concerns about the long-term sustainability of the local authority's gritting service because the level of breakdowns.
Trains between the west Highlands and the central belt stopped running this evening after fears about predicted high winds.
Rail services between Inverness and Perth have been called off because of drifting snow and overhanging trees.
Snow is taking its toll on the north for a second day.
Staff at historic Culloden faced a battle to save their precious artefacts after the roof of the visitor centre was blown off by recent storms.
A total of 38 schools are currently shut across the Highlands this morning because of the poor weather.
Around 1,500 properties in the north-east are still without power following this morning's stormy weather.