Parts of Tayside will be hit by "heavy wintry showers" until Friday, say forecasters.
A number of Courier Country roads have closed as heavy snowfall affects much of Scotland.
Weather warnings have been put in place for further snow flurries across Tayside and Fife.
Dozens of schools have been closed and commuters hit by rush hour disruption as heavy snow swept parts of the country.
Wintry weather from Sunday night into Monday morning caused travel disruption and led to a string of school closures across Scotland.
Commuters will face icy conditions on Monday morning as sub-zero temperatures grip parts of the UK.
Snow showers are causing disruption on the roads on Sunday morning as forecasters warn of a frosty start to the half-term holidays.
Polar air from beyond Greenland and Iceland has seen temperatures plummet across the UK, with the mercury dipping below zero in many regions.
The UK is braced for more wintry conditions with snow and ice warnings issued for many parts of the country.
Snow showers have settled in parts of the UK as the mercury continued to plunge below freezing overnight.