WEE COUNTY schools will re-open tomorrow, as the treacherous snowstorms begin to subside.

Clackmannanshire Council have confirmed that efforts to clear paths and roads surrounding all schools have been successful.

Bus picks up for Lornshill and Alva Academy pupils have been amended due to icy conditions, but the school meals service will be in operation, it was confirmed.

Gritters have been out and about over the weekend, helping to make more areas of the county accessible.

Parents and community groups also rolled up their sleeves to dig out paths to schools.

Teams were out at Strathdevon Primary School in Dollar and Coalsnaugthon PS as well as New Struan School in Alloa and Tillicoultry PS.

Further appeals were issued for Lochies, Park PS, Redwell, Clackmannan PS, Sauchie Nursery, St Serf's and much more.

However, despite the schools' return, parents are being warned not to bring their cars into school car parks when dropping their youngsters off.

A spokesperson for Clackmannanshire Council said: "All schools and nurseries will be open on Monday, March 5. For secondary schools, some school bus pick up times are amended for safety reasons due to the snowy and icy conditions. If your child takes the school bus, please check for amended times [on our website].

"Road conditions will be assessed again on Monday and further advice on bus timetables issued.

"While there is access to schools, take care on surrounding roads and pavements, yelllow weather warning remains in force.

"For safety of children, do not bring cars into school car parks.

"School meals services will be operating."

The statement added: "We would like to thank all the parents and volunteers who helped us prepare to reopen our schools and nurseries tomorrow, showing fantastic community spirit.