Scotland sweltered on the hottest Easter Monday since records began with the highest temperature recorded in the Highland village of Kinlochewe.
Easter Monday is on course to be the hottest day of 2019 so far - and Tayside and Fife could enjoy the best of it.
Easter Weekend: Tayside and Fife due to be hotter than Ibiza, Majorca and Cyprus as Mediterranean heat hits
Tayside and Fife could be hotter than the holiday resorts of Ibiza, Majorca and Cyprus this Easter Weekend as Mediterranean heat hits Scotland.
The big freeze is forecast to continue with plummeting temperatures enduring and snowfall forecast to hit Tayside and Fife.
Forecasters say Scotland could be hit by blizzards this weekend as the cold snap continues.
Freezing air from Siberia and Scandinavia will cause temperatures across Tayside and Fife to plummet even further next week.
Scots are being told to brace for a big freeze brought about by "below average" winter temperatures in the coming weeks.
The Met Office has issued a series of weather warnings as Tayside and Fife prepares to be battered by a weather front associated with Storm Diana.
Storm Callum approaches: Scotland to be battered by 80mph wind and torrential rain…but locals could avoid worst
Tayside and Fife could avoid the worst of Storm Callum, which is predicted to batter much of Scotland with 80mph wind and torrential rain in the coming days.
Tayside and Fife is "right in the track" of Storm Ali, which is forecast to batter Scotland with 75mph winds and cause widespread travel disruption on Wednesday.