Winter landed in Courier Country this morning as freezing temperatures caused snow showers across Scotland.
Locals woke up to wintry scenes, with the white stuff even spotted across Dundee.
In the Highlands, the likes of Aviemore woke up to almost an inch of snow with the country’s ski resorts filling in nicely.
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— Highland Defenders (@HDefenderHire) November 13, 2017
Morning update. Winds from the west at 20 mph, -3.0 and some hefty snowshowers coming through. We have had some of our…
Locals posted photos of the snow in Dundee to social media.
The Tay Road Bridge warned motorists to take care on the crossing due to the “low temperature”.
— Rembrand Timber Ltd (@RembrandTimber) November 13, 2017
— Dorothy Brown (@Brackens1) November 13, 2017
Last week the Met Office predicted temperatures would plummet to as low as -9C from Sunday night into Monday morning in the most remote parts of Scotland.
The first snowy beach shot of the season from Loch Morlich, below CairnGorm Mountain . Join us tonight to celebrate the…
Traffic Scotland has also warned drivers across Grampian to take care on the roads, posting: “Road users are advised to drive with care due to low temperatures and the risk of ice currently affecting driving conditions on many roads throughout the region.”
— VisitCairngorms.com (@VisitCairngrms) November 13, 2017
— trafficjamnetwork (@trafficjamnet) November 13, 2017