Tayside and Fife dodged a blast of Arctic weather which brought chaos to roads across Scotland yesterday.
Courier Country fell silent on Remembrance Sunday as locals paid tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice in both world wars and later conflicts.
Temperatures are expected to plummet to as low as -9C in parts of Scotland next week, with snow showers possible at lower levels across the east coast.
Tayside and Fife fell silent on Sunday to remember those who gave their lives in conflict for their country.
The centenary of one of the First World War’s most horrific battles was marked at a poignant ceremony in Dundee on Saturday.
The Chancellor is facing calls to plough cash into a fledgling sector that should bring thousands of jobs to Dundee and Fife.
Fife veteran Michael Mellon has been chosen to represent the UK at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
A former Tayside army captain has been chosen to represent Team GB after enduring nine years of surgical hell.
Snow goggles used by Captain Scott on his ill-fated voyage to Antarctica have been named as one of the objects which helped shape Scottish history.
Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who invested so much into learning, would surely be impressed by a high-tech game being rolled out across Scottish schools.