Plunging temperatures are expected across the country this weekend with the mercury predicted to dip as low as -6C (21.2F).
Temperatures dropped to nearly minus 10C on Monday night – the coldest of the autumn so far.
Temperatures could reach their lowest so far this autumn, with a frosty night ahead, the Met Office has warned.
Carol Lannen’s killer has been warned to keep “looking over his shoulder” as top brass promise to never give up the hunt to find them.
Scotland is, of course, where the sport of curling originated, and it still has many of the best players and teams in the world.
FREE CASH: Folk throughout Dundee, Perthshire and Fife in line for Cold Weather Payment – are you eligible?
People throughout Dundee are in line to receive cash after the recent bout of cold weather.
While many people will be trying to get rid of their hangovers on New Year’s Day, hundreds of others across Tayside will be taking a sobering dip in freezing water.
A snow and ice weather warning has been issued for parts of Tayside.
WE’RE READY: Dundee council has gritting and ploughing vehicles at the ready for this week’s cold snap
Taysiders could get their first taste of winter this weekend as colder conditions move in across the region.
Perth has shown how cool it is after new research found it to be the coldest city in the country.
Police have issued a travel warning as the Met Office's forecast for snow in the local area is extended until Wednesday at 3pm.
The Met Office has issued a fresh snow alert for the local area.
The Met Office has extended its weather warning to cover Dundee, Tayside and Fife.
The Met Office has today issued an alert for snow and ice alert in Tayside.
The snow has returned with a vengeance in the local area this afternoon.
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”.
As hundreds headed home to avoid the worst of the Beast from the East, James Carmichael prepared to head out into it.
Conditions might have been sub-zero over the past few days, but the Siberian blast has shown just how warm-hearted Dundonians can be.
A 9ft-tall Darth Vader snowman has become the centre of attention on a Dundee street.
Local folk have been undertaking the 'Snow Angel Challenge' to raise money for good causes.