Snowy pictures from across Scotland as country plunged below -15C

People across the country have been sharing their images of snow-covered streets, pets braving the cold and scenic, white landscapes.

Scotland experienced the coldest night of the year on Sunday, with temperatures plummeting to below -15C into the early hours of Monday morning.

People across the country have been sharing their images of snow-covered streets, pets braving the cold and scenic, white-covered landscapes.

The snow and ice is set to continue with travel disruption warned and forecasters reporting a chance that rural communities will be temporarily cut-off.

The coldest areas through the night were Braemar with -15.6C and Balmoral at -13.1C, according to Met Office weather stations.

The severe weather has led to disruption across the country including schools closures, flights being cancelled at Glasgow and Edinburgh airports and callouts for Braemar Mountain Rescue.

Cavachon Benji who’s owners say ‘loves the icy weather’.
Stunning scenes of snow captured in Aberdeenshire.
Snow scenes in the north of Scotland
Braemar had the coldest temperatures in Scotland.
Scenes in Braemar, which recorded the coldest temperatures in Scotland.
The sun made frozen plants glisten.
Ice pancakes from the snow in River Brora in Sutherland.
Stags amid snowy scenes in the north of Scotland.
Scenes from a weather station at Corgarff. Where over 30cm of snow was measured.
Dog out enjoying the snow.

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