Scotland's weather: 12 Stunning pictures show Edinburgh becoming a winter wonderland overnight

The Capital has turned into a scene fit for a fairytale after 24 hours of heavy snowfall amid a yellow weather warning.

Tuesday, 9th February 2021, 9:41 am
View of Salisbury Crags in Edinburgh.

As the weather worsened in the Capital, one car even found itself struggling to get up the Royal Mile, requiring the help of a couple of friendly passers-by to help push it up the hill.

These pictures show the breathtaking views across the city as the snow continues to fall.

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One resident caught the Royal Mile looking beautiful in the snow last night.

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A yellow weather warning for snow is set to remain in place until midnight on Wednesday.
A couple of people out enjoying the snow with a snowball fight.
This picture was taken at around 9pm on Monday by an Edinburgh resident near Princes Street.
This friendly snowman was spotted in Gorgie last night as the snow continued to fall.
This picture was taken just as the sun was beginning to rise over the Capital on Tuesday morning.
The Adam Smith statue on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh.
Princes Street in Edinburgh on Monday evening.
The famous Cockburn Street in Edinburgh looking even more magical in the snowy weather last night.
Another shot taken by an Edinburgh resident of the glorious snow covered Princes Street Gardens on Monday evening.
Easter Road with a view of Arthur's Seat in the distance as the day was breaking on Tuesday morning.
Another shot of the Royal Mile with just a single set of footprints visible in the snow as it was heavily falling last night.