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In pictures: Snowfall across Scotland

Snowfall has brought disruption for commuters in parts of Scotland but it's not all gloom as your pictures show.

An amber warning has been issued by the Met Office for some parts of the country as more snow is forecast.

Image copyright Police Scotland
Image caption Police Scotland, in Ayrshire, have been alerting commuters to the snow and ice as forecast by the Met Office for much of Scotland on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Image copyright Fraser King
Image caption Fraser King took this photo of West Linton in the Scottish Borders.
Image copyright Susan MacMillan
Image caption Cold air didn't stop Adele, Casey and their friend enjoying the outdoors. Photo by Susan MacMillan from Kinlochleven.
Image caption A six-car accident left one driver with minor injuries and nose-first in a house in Dundee.
Image copyright Alan Millar
Image caption Alan Millar thought this storm, on the Isle of Tiree, was "passing itself off as snow".
Image copyright SAIS Glencoe
Image caption Sportscotland's Avalanche Information Service team in Glencoe were on the A82 early on Tuesday. SAIS reports on avalanche conditions in Glencoe and other mountainous areas, including the Cairngorms, Torridon and Lochaber.
Image copyright Gordon Milligan
Image caption Gordon Milligan, from Broughty Ferry, said a blizzard hit Dundee at lunchtime.
Image copyright Peter Steggles
Image caption Peter Steggles said gusts reached 90mph in Altass, Sutherland.
Image copyright Fiona Watson
Image caption Storms at the end of last week had already made their presence felt in Culbokie on the Black Isle. Photo by Fiona Watson.
Image copyright Ruth Wright
Image caption Three-year-old Cara took the opportunity to build a snow castle in Bankfoot with mum Ruth Wright.
Image copyright David Morgan
Image caption David Morgan captured this snowy scene as he ended his stay at the Glencoe Ski Centre
Image copyright David Marshall
Image caption David Marshall from Tranent, in East Lothian, walked Roy just as the first flakes of snow came down.

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