The first month of summer is set to come to a dreary end as Glasgow can expect heavy and persistent rain. 

With another day of showers, a flood alert by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) remains in force for the area. 

Temperatures have seen a drop since the midweek heatwave and they are expected to remain below 14 °C today. 

The Met Office warns of "showers or longer spells of rain, the rain heavy and persistent and times". 

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Showers and longer spells of heavy rain will continue into the night with SEPA adding that this may lead to localised flooding. 

The flood alert reads: "There may be localised flooding from surface water and small watercourses where heavy rain occurs over built-up areas and the transport network.

"Possible impacts may include flooding of low-lying land, roads, properties and disruption to travel."

Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: “On the whole, certainly much more unsettled and cooler than what a lot of the UK experienced a couple of days ago.

“The wettest and the windiest weather will be across the northern half of the UK.”

He said the areas that weather warnings have been issued for can expect some “very wet weather”.