Parts of Tayside have been put on alert with icy conditions set to hit the area.
Despite a mild Christmas Day, the winter looks set to finally hit. The Met Office has issued a yellow ‘be aware’ warning for ice for Boxing Day.
Parts of Dundee and the surrounding area woke up to flurries of snow. The blustery conditions continued through the morning.
However, the snow is likely to turn to slush leaving wet conditions on the roads.
Gusts of over 40mph also led to restrictions being put in place on the Tay road Bridge.
Temperatures of around 2C were felt across the region, but with the wind-chill factor, that felt like as low as -4C.
A statement from the Met Office read: “Frequent, blustery showers will fall as as a mixture of rain, sleet and snow to lower levels.
“Gusts of wind of 40-50 mph, and much more on high ground, will lead to temporary blizzard conditions at times. At low levels a couple of cm may accumulate locally, with icy patches on untreated surfaces.”
Motorists are also being urged to use caution when travelling. The Met Office added: “Please be aware of the risk of hazardous driving conditions and disruption to transport.
“Storm Conor, although well to the north of Scotland, will drag arctic air across the region, bringing heavy, wintry showers, some with thunder and lightning.”