Torrential rain and blistering winds have started to cause travel chaos in Scotland this morning. 

A flood alert has been issued for Glasgow, with heavy rain brought by Storm Aiden potentially leading to localised flooding. 

The Met Office issued a yellow warning for rain which is set to be in place until 7pm, with parts of the city expecting around 20-50mm of rain.

ScotRail is urging travellers to check services before they travel. 

Speed restrictions have been rolled out between Blair Atholl and Dalwhinnie which will see services between Glasgow Queen Street and Inverness delayed by up to 15 minutes. 

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Meanwhile, Traffic Scotland are advising motorists to use caution if crossing the Erskine Bridge due to high winds.

Met Office deputy chief meteorologist Martin Young said: “As the heavy rain and strong winds from Storm Aiden sweeps eastwards on Saturday, another system quickly follows on Sunday that contains the remnants of ex-Hurricane Zeta, bringing further heavy rain and strong winds.

“Given that this is falling on already saturated ground from what has been a wet October, there is an increased risk of flooding in some warnings areas.

“We’re urging people to keep a close eye on the forecast, flood alerts and warnings in their areas.”