In pictures: Temperature drops across Scotland

Sunday night saw temperatures fell to -12 in Loch Glascarnoch and Tulloch Bridge.

Forecasters say it was the coldest night of the year so far.

Chilly weather hasn't stopped some of you getting out and enjoying the scenic views, as your pictures show.

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Image copyright Liz Hamilton
Image caption Liz Hamilton, from Tarves, sent in this photo of barbed wire.
Image copyright Katrina Craig
Image caption Spindrift snow over Stuc a' Chroin. Katrina Craig was on Ben Vorlich, near Loch Earn, on Sunday.
Image copyright Neil and Marielle MacKenzie
Image caption Neil and Marielle MacKenzie, from Glasgow, built this igloo for their cat.
Image copyright Tony Church
Image caption Snow-covered Arran Hills on Sunday. Tony Church, from Lamlash, said the snow was one metre deep at higher altitudes.
Image copyright Andrew Kiss
Image caption A view of Staffin from the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye. Jenny and Andrew, from Roag, were forced to turn back as snow and ice meant the road was impassable.
Image copyright Jonathan Jamieson
Image caption Jonathan Jamieson and his fellow Strathclyde University mechanical engineering students scaled Ben Venue on Sunday.
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Image caption A view of Loch Lomond from Duncryne.
Image copyright Karen Cheyne
Image caption Harvey the fox terrier made a new friend in Jordanhill, Glasgow, on Saturday. Photo by Karen Cheyne.
Image copyright Richard Coombs
Image caption The road from Glenshee to Braemar. Richard Coombs said "having driven up the south side over the Spittal, we were stuck on the north side as they closed the snow gates behind us!"
Image copyright Dave Berry
Image caption Dusk fell over Loch Lomond on Sunday. Photo by Dave Berry from Glasgow.
Image copyright Thomas Morgan
Image caption Thomas Morgan and his wife walked along the West Highland Way in Bridge of Orchy.
Image copyright Steven McCallum
Image caption Steven McCallum, from Glasgow, visited Milngavie reservoir on Sunday morning.

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