Commuters were being warned to expect possible Monday rush hour transport disruption caused by the continuing heavy rain.

A yellow weather warning remained in place for southern Scotland and drivers were being advised to take care due to surface water and flooding on the roads and plan for delays.

A number of Scotrail services were disrupted on Sunday with a limited service running at Dalmarnock due to the flooding.

Scotrail said east of the flooding, trains are running between Larkhall/Motherwell  and Newton/Rutherglen in both directions. West of the flooding, trains are running Balloch - Yoker and Anniesland to Milngavie.

Passengers were permitted to use valid rail tickets/Smartcards on selected First Glasgow services.

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Although many of the storms may have passed, it doesn't look like the heat seen in July will be returning anytime soon.

Meteorologist Helen Roberts said: "It does look like remaining unsettled and changeable right through most of the next seven days."