Love may be in the air this weekend - but there's also a lot of wind and rain as Storm Dennis makes its presence felt across the country.

Forecasters are predicting a Valentine's weekend washout for Glasgow, with weather warnings in place from Saturday morning until Monday lunchtime. 

It comes less than a week after Storm Ciara brought travel chaos and treacherous conditions to much of Scotland - with rain, hail, snow and heavy winds. 

The Met Office have issued amber alerts for further south, meanwhile in Glasgow we're set for just yellow warnings for wind and rain.

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It states that flooding of homes and businesses is likely, with delays to road, rail, air, and ferry transport to be expected. 

Some damage to buildings is predicted, with power cuts also possible. 

Those living in coastal communities on the west coast are also advised that spray and large waves will also be prominent. 

Storm Dennis is also predicted to bring strong winds - like that witnessed with Ciara - of up to 70mph.

Meanwhile the worst affected areas of the country will see more than 100mm of rain in one day, while 40-80mm is likely in other parts.

Met Office meteorologist Matthew Box said: "The winds will be a touch down on what we saw with Ciara but the focus is on a bit more rain with Storm Dennis due to the persistence of the rain."

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The AA has urged the public to follow safety advice on the roads.

 Ben Sheridan, AA patrol of the year, said: "Take extra care when passing high-sided vehicles, cyclists and motorbikes, and watch out for sudden gusts, which can blow debris, trees and even damaged vehicles into your path."

Meanwhile ferry operator CalMac has warned of potential severe disruption to services.

CalMac's Director of Operations, Robert Morrison said: "We are set to be in for another few days of weather that will impact on our ability to deliver services to island communities. 

"Coming on the back of Ciara, Storm Dennis is very likely to continue to bring weather that creates challenges for us and the travelling public should be prepared for cancellations and delays.

"All 28 routes are potentially at risk of disruption, so passengers should check the status of their route before setting off on their journey."

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