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Aberdeen and Moray Firth areas: Snow showers. Wind south-easterly, moderate to fresh. Temperatures very cold, maximum —IC (30F). Noon temperatures; Glasgow 6 C (21 F); Edinburgh C (21 F); Dundee (25 P); Aberdeen 0 C (32 F). Further outlook; Cold with snow or sleet at first but s
Five hurt van overturns FIVE PEOPLE were taken to Dundee Royal Infirmary today after their van skidded in snow, plunged down a 12ft. embankment and overturned. They were returning from a pop concert in Aberdeen when the accident happened on the main Arbroath-Dundee road, near Du