The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning as Glasgow braces for a weekend washout. 

It seems like our short-lived summer is well and truly over, with heavy downpours poised to cause travel disruption and flooding across the city.

The poor conditions are expected to begin later this evening, with heavy rain set to hit from around 4pm onwards.

Then, from around midnight on Sunday all the way through to 6pm a yellow weather warning is in place.

The Met Office predicts heavy, persistant rain causing spray and flooding on roads with longer journey times expected.

Bus and train services are also likely affected.

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They say that homes and businesses may be flooded, and some interruption to power supplies is possible. 

A flood alert has also been issued by the Scottish Enviroment Protection Agency (SEPA). 

On their website they state: "Heavy and persistent rain is expected to affect the area from late Saturday through until Sunday afternoon.

"Some localised river flooding to low-lying land and roads is likely, this will be accompanied by difficult driving conditions and ponding of water in known trouble spots.

"Isolated property flooding could also occur.

"With further heavy rain expected again on Monday, SEPA will continue to monitor the situation and further updates will appear here if the situation changes".