Temperatures in Dundee and Tayside are set to plummet bringing flurries of snow to the region.
Beast from the east
It's getting cold out there – and the folk responsible for keeping the roads safe as winter rolls in are set to roll out.
The opening of Dundee’s new railway station entrance has been delayed again after weather hampered construction work.
Easter is usually associated with the green shoots of spring, when warm weather returns and winter becomes a distant memory.
More than twice the usual number of crews and an extra £360,000 has been poured into repairing Dundee’s potholes after the Beast from the East hit.
Stagecoach has been forced to apologise for the second time in a week after a bus route blunder left passengers “stranded”.
A young Tayside chef made a life or death dash through heavy snow to reach his mum because of a “hunch” that she was in trouble.
Postal delivery workers in Fife are threatening strike action after a decision to dock their pay as the Beast from the East hit.
Tayside is set for a respite from the wintry weather — with a “spring-like feel” forecast for next week.
Bosses at Dundee’s main bus operator have thanked passengers for their patience during the extreme weather.
A Dundee nurse has praised the bus driver who picked her up as she walked through snow and ice to get to work, before going out of his way to drop her off at the front door of the care centre.
The calm after the storm failed to materialise in Dundee, with heavy rain and flooding forcing roads to close and schools to finish early.
With roads blocked and cars stuck in snow, a group of equine-lovers found another way to make it to the supermarket for milk and bread - on horseback.
The snow has returned with a vengeance in the local area this afternoon.
A woman has praised the stranger who used his Land-Rover to clear the snow away from her mother's house to allow her to get out.
Dundee council leader hails workforce during snow but convener admits schools should have been closed last Wednesday
Council staff went “above and beyond” in keeping roads open during the snowy weather according to city leaders — but a decision to keep schools open was a described as a “hiccup”.
The Met Office has extended its weather warning for snow and ice in Tayside into tomorrow.
Out of baby milk for her six-month-old son, trapped in by the snow and with only £10 to last her the week, 16-year-old Shelby O'Shea turned to social media for help.
Dundee’s electric taxi fleet is struggling to cope in the severe winter weather, it has been claimed.
As hundreds headed home to avoid the worst of the Beast from the East, James Carmichael prepared to head out into it.