Flights to and from Scotland have been cancelled and police have urged motorists across Tayside to drive cautiously after temperatures plummeted to -11C overnight.
A blast of Arctic weather brought freezing temperatures to Scotland on Friday, grinding trains to a halt and causing white-out conditions on roads.
A significant snowfall in the Highlands is causing a knock-on effect on train services across Scotland.
A Tayside road has been closed after an Arctic blast brought freezing temperatures and snow to Scotland.
The Met Office has warned Scots will face four days of snow in the wake of Storm Caroline.
Tayside and Fife dodged a blast of Arctic weather which brought chaos to roads across Scotland yesterday.
Heavy snow has led to school closures and difficult driving conditions for commuters in Scotland - with Taysiders warned to be prepared for wintry conditions today.
Transport chiefs in Fife are confident the region will be able to handle whatever winter has to throw at the kingdom as temperatures tumbled this week.
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Drivers have once again been told to exercise caution on the roads with freezing winter weather expected to continue across Tayside.