A weather warning remains in place in Dundee this morning after a band of wintry weather brought hill snow and a risk of ice to large parts of the country.
Weather warnings for snow and ice have been issued for parts of the UK, with 10cm of snow forecast in some areas.
Disruptive snow and plunging temperatures may hit the UK next week, forecasters have said.
Snow flurries are forecast to hit parts of the UK after Britons shivered through the coldest night of the winter so far.
Thursday night was the coldest of the winter so far as temperatures plunged to as low as -10.7C (12.7F).
The UK will wake up to sub-zero temperatures as wintry conditions grip the country.
Flurries of snow have fallen across parts of Britain as freezing wintry conditions grip much of the country, but those expecting a thick blanketing could be disappointed.
People across most of the UK have been advised to take caution as they head out on Thursday morning amid freezing conditions.
Snow and ice warnings have been issued for Scotland as temperatures are forecast to plunge.
A weather warning has been issued for snow and ice across Tayside.
Around 200 customers remain without power after strong winds caused disruption on Monday.
Police have issued a warning to motorists in Dundee, Angus and Perthshire.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for Dundee and Tayside as restrictions have been placed on the Tay Road Bridge.
Gale force winds are set to bring misery to parts of Britain.
Crowds enjoying New Year’s Eve celebrations across the country can expect dry and mild weather as the clocks strike midnight, according to the Met Office.
Thick fog is expected to blight vast swathes of the south coast as overnight temperatures tumble.
Several vehicles have crashed on a motorway as freezing rain and ice created treacherous driving conditions.
Drivers on Scotland’s roads have been urged to take extra care, with snow and ice expected to affect travel throughout the weekend.
Snow and ice are expected to create dangerous travelling conditions across large parts of Scotland this weekend.
The Met Office has raised its winter weather alert for Tayside and Fife to amber.