An amber weather warning is in place for the Highlands and north-east of the country, with some areas already seeing flooding.
More than 200 million litres of extra water is being produced nationwide every day to maintain normal supplies.
Temperatures across the country fail to rise above 20C by this stage of May for first time in nearly 40 years.
Met Office yellow warnings are in place until 10am on Tuesday, with winds of up to 70mph forecast.
The road remains closed with police officers and Scottish Fire and Rescue Service personnel in attendance.
Around 120mm of water is set to fall over a 36-hour period on Tuesday and Wednesday across Scotland.
Snow ploughs attempted to free cars and vans trapped on a road near Buckie after drifting snow blows across Moray.
Ice at Loch Thom hit water supplies in Inverclyde.
The A96 has been closed to all traffic between Colpy and Huntly.
A driver and two coach passengers have been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Dog owner airlifted to hospital after falling into icy water.
The RSPCA has given advice for keeping pets warm in the home and outdoors, and helping wildlife through the winter months.
After much of the country saw huge levels of snowfall bringing widespread disruption, further intense weather is expected.
An amber weather warning is in place until 9pm on Tuesday and a yellow warning continues into Wednesday.
Scotrail said it was dealing with challenging weather conditions across its network on Tuesday.
The Ivorian star missed training after the accident in the adverse weather.
Approximately 150 vehicles - including 'Snowcially Distanced' and 'Han Snow-Lo' - have been deployed to keep the roads safe.
Yellow and amber weather warnings issued and travel expected to be impacted by cold weather conditions.
Andrew Burton was one of several people stuck on the A835 due to severe wintry weather.
As much as 20cms could settle at high levels across the Highlands, Perthshire, Aberdeenshire, Stirlingshire and Argyll.