Snow brought fresh disruption across Tayside and Fife, with forecasters warning more is on the way.
Snow and icy conditions caused several traffic problems and accidents across the region.
In Dundee,a six-vehicle crash saw a car slide off the road and crash through railings into the wall of a property. There were not thought to be any injuries following the incident on the corner of Constitution Road and Dudhope Street.
Jack-knifed lorries caused problems on both the A9 near Carrbridge and on the A90 near Inverarity.
The wintry weather follows four days of fierce storms which brought winds of more than 100mph, leaving thousands of properties without power.
The weather caused major traffic delays throughout the morning rush hour with the conditions making things difficult for commuters.
The Met Office has upgraded its warning for snow to an amber “be prepared” alert across central Scotland while yellow warnings remain in place for the rest of the country.