SCOTS could face a second hard freeze with 22cm of snow and -9C icy cold that is forecast to hit parts of the country.
More cold suffering can be predicted as forecasters say the mercury column will drop to sub-zero temperatures.
Weather website WXCHARTS has predicted temperatures will drop sharply tomorrow.
Weather maps predict temperatures could drop as low as -9 degrees early tomorrow morning near Fort William.
And the Scots in the northwest and in the highlands will hit a low of -5C.
Much of southern Scotland and the Central Belt will remain around 0°C.
And a cold snap will bring even more snow suffering, as early morning gusts of wind can trigger disruptions.
According to forecasts of meteorologists, 22 cm of snow may fall in Fort William in the morning.
A drop of up to 17 cm is predicted in the northwest.
But the snow will melt as temperatures rise throughout the day.
This is not the end of the weather problems though, as the Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning.
Heavy rains are expected in parts of the country, and snowmelt could lead to flooding.
According to forecasts, SEPA has issued 13 flood warnings.
Travel turmoil should hit highways and railroads across the country.
The rain warning is in effect until Wednesday 6am.
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