A blast of Arctic weather brought freezing temperatures to Scotland on Friday, grinding trains to a halt and causing white-out conditions on roads.
Arguably the country's most iconic species, the Scottish wildcat is critically endangered and faces the very real threat of extinction.
An airfield in Perthshire was the coldest place in the whole of the UK as the weekend's cold snap endured into Monday.
Drivers across Tayside and Fife have been warned to expect icy conditions on the roads tonight as temperatures plummet once again.
Tayside and Grampian are due to be hit by snow later this week as wintry weather sweeps into the country.
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Drivers have once again been told to exercise caution on the roads with freezing winter weather expected to continue across Tayside.
Storm Caroline passed Tayside and Fife almost without incident yesterday despite causing winds of almost 120mph and widespread chaos across much of Scotland.
Forecasters have warned that Scotland will be battered by gale-force winds and "blizzard conditions" later this week.