People in parts of Scotland have been told to expect snow and ice as temperatures drop.
A yellow ‘be aware’ warning has been issued for much of the country.
Some roads and railways are likely to be affected, although less people are making journeys as the mainland entered a second day of level four lockdown restrictions.
Those heading out for a walk or exercise were warned to be careful, with icy patches likely on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
It follows a day of heavy rain across Scotland on Boxing Day, which saw disruption to public transport.
A number of areas had been on flood alert, including much of the west coast, because of persistent rainfall.
However, following clearance of the rain in the evening, colder conditions led to ice forming on surfaces.
The Met Office said showers will “turn increasingly to snow on high ground” above 200m elevation, with slight cover at low levels in heavier showers.
In the south of the country, snow cover will be mostly restricted to high level routes, above the 300m mark.