An ice warning has been put in place for areas of Scotland, as thousands remain without power in the wake of Storm Otto.
The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for ice from midnight on Sunday, in place until later in the morning.
As a result, icy patches are likely to form on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
The warning covers parts of Central Scotland, Tayside and Fife, Grampian, the Highlands and Western Isles and Strathclyde.
It comes as around 1,300 homes in Aberdeenshire which lost power during Storm Otto were still not reconnected to the grid as of 4.30pm on Saturday.
Winds as high as 80mph were recorded across parts of north and north-east Scotland on Friday, and more than 60,000 homes in the region were originally left without power after the storm struck.
SSEN said additional support had been drafted in from network operators and contractors across the country.
The areas affected are mainly concentrated in Aberdeenshire, including parts of Longside, Mauld, Insch, as well as rural Moray and pockets of customers across the Highlands.
SSEN said mobile food vans had been deployed to the main areas still off supply, and began serving food from 8am on Saturday.
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