Tayside and Grampian are due to be hit by snow later this week as wintry weather sweeps into the country.
Winter landed in Courier Country this morning as freezing temperatures caused snow showers across Scotland.
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.
The remnants of bonfires and fireworks are likely to have increased air pollution across parts of the UK on Monday.
Winter sports lovers have been left giddy with excitement after Scotland's ski slopes began posting videos and images of the season's first snowfalls.
Forecasters have warned that a downpour may bring "localised flooding" to parts of Tayside and Fife today.
Tayside and Fife look likely to miss out on the worst of the weather as Storm Brian brings a "weather bomb" to the UK and Ireland this weekend.
Tayside and Fife is almost in the clear as the deadly Storm Ophelia dwindles and heads out to sea.
Rail services through Fife were plunged into chaos this morning after a train hit a tree on the line near Markinch.
The deadly Storm Ophelia, which brought winds of almost 120mph to the Irish coast on Monday, is expected to die down as it moves into Tayside and Fife on Tuesday.