Ferries to Arran have been cancelled in the second week of chaotic storms across Scotland

Earlier today, CalMac called off all services from Ardrossan to Brodick for today and all of tomorrow, with winds of up to 31 miles per hour expected to hit the west coast on Saturday. 

It is not known if routes on Sunday will be affected, though CalMac has said they will run if the weather permits. 

Sailings from Gourock to Dunoon were suspended earlier today and CalMac will review the status of this route at 8pm tonight.

The service between Wemyss Bay and Rothesay was also called off earlier today as storms swept across the country and parts of Glasgow and Paisley were flooded. 

Passengers to Rothesay have been warned services on Saturday could be subject to short notice delays and cancellations. 

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The only service in the country not affected is the 410m Colintraive to Rhubodach route between the mainland and Bute. 

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CalMac's Director of Operations, Robert Morrison said: "There is a Met Office yellow warning for Saturday meaning that we are likely to experience disruption to services access the west coast.

"Passengers should check the status of their sailings before setting off and continue to monitor services throughout their journey via the website or social media. Delays and cancellations are likely."