It has finally arrived! After weeks of watching on as the rest of Scotland get their share of snow, the white stuff has now arrived in Aberdeen!
A yellow snow warning has been issued for the north of Scotland for later tonight.
Aberdeen could finally get some snow this weekend as wintry weather makes its way into the north-east and Moray.
Temperatures could plummet to -10C - the lowest this winter - in parts of the north-east and Moray this weekend.
This week the north of Scotland has been hit by hurricane speed winds, flooding and so much snow that some roads, rail lines and schools have been forced to close - and today the Met Office warned there is more to come.
As whiter than white snow lines the north, this drone video beautifully depicts Loch Farr in Inverness as a winter wonderland.
Scotland's wild weather throughout the past few days seems to have paid off for our largest ski resort.
Hundred-mile-an-hour winds have battered parts of the UK as the latest wave of winter weather caused misery for commuters, but it is expected to clear up by the week's end.
Trains across the north are still facing cancellation due to heavy snow.
A highland road has been closed due to severe snowfall. The snowgates have been closed on the A9 between Blair Atholl and Ralia due to the adverse weather. The highland road will remain closed until it has been deemed safe to drive again on the roads.
Drivers on the A9 faced delays throughout today as heavy snowfall caused chaos on Scotland's roads.
Snow, ice and wind is expected to hit the north-east today and tomorrow.
This adorable picture shows a cute red panda enjoying the winter snow at Highland Wildlife Park.
With snow covering large parts of Scotland today, a video has been released showing that Stirlingshire has been hit more than most and his been transformed into a picturesque winter wonderland.
Footage has emerged of a very snowy drive in the Scottish Highlands.
Snow has swept across Scotland today with areas in the Highlands, Perthshire and Stirlingshire particularly badly affected... in fact, it would appear most of Scotland other than Aberdeen has been hit by the white stuff.
Drivers in the north-east have been warned to expect more dangerous conditions today as freezing winter weather continues to grip the region.
Police have issued warnings for all north-east roads today as freezing conditions grip the region.
The snow we hoped for over Christmas has finally arrived in Scotland – and more is on the way. Fallen flakes will continue to line roads as the bout of cold weather continues throughout the week. Love snow, or hate it, you can’t argue with how lovely these pictures make it look.
The north is set for four inches of snow over the course of today and tomorrow as winter weather continues to sweep the country.
Pictures of a Scottish mountain hare braving blizzard conditions have been captured by an intrepid photographer.
Blizzard conditions will grip parts of the north-east today, while coastal areas bask in winter sun.
More winter weather will affect the north-east today after gale-force winds left thousands without power and caused travel chaos.
More trains have been cancelled in the north and north-east of Scotland due to severe weather.
Aberdeen and Inverness could both be hit by snow tomorrow with freezing temperatures set to grip the north and north-east.
Blizzards were expected to return to high ground in the north last night and into today after a mild and very wet start to the New Year.
The Met Office have issues a 'yellow warning' for snow and ice across the north of Scotland today.
Temperatures are set to plummet in the north-east of Scotland tonight with motorists urged to be wary of ice on the roads on Christmas Day.
The Met Office has not yet ruled out the possibility of a white Christmas for the north-east of Scotland, despite reports much of the country would miss out on the prized wintry conditions.
The north-east is in line for further wintry weather this morning with the chances of a white Christmas not yet ruled out by forecasters.
Moray is set to be hit with further snowfall this morning while the chances of a white Christmas have not been ruled out by forecasters.