Tayside and Fife residents have been warned to brace themselves for snow after freezing Arctic air caused temperatures to plummet overnight.
Tayside and Fife dodged a blast of Arctic weather which brought chaos to roads across Scotland yesterday.
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Scotland’s top law officer is investigating an Angus whistleblower’s claims that police covered up a hiker’s possible murder.
A bus firm will roll out "cheaper" day return tickets across Tayside and Fife next week.
Stagecoach East Scotland have launched a brand new ticket to encourage people to travel across the region for less in the evenings.
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.
A prolonged cold snap put health and council services to the test this week as plummeting temperatures and black ice led to treacherous conditions on roads and pavements.
Save for the odd snowy spell and a prolonged icy period, Tayside and Fife has dodged much of the recent winter weather; but the region hasn't been so lucky in the past. Throughout the years Courier Country has endured several brutal winters. We decided to have a look back at some of the most famous ones.
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