A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued for Glasgow today.

The Met Office has implemented the warning for the Glasgow and wider Strathclyde area from 2am until 9am on Friday, April 5.

Some transport delays and disruptions can be expected, as well as the chance of flooding to a few homes and businesses.

It comes after we reported ScotRail has cancelled trains between Glasgow and Edinburgh via Shotts due to flooding on the line this morning.

The travel company says the route is currently closed and Network Rail staff are on-site trying to resolve the issue.

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Meanwhile, the Met Office has also implemented a yellow weather warning for wind across the area tomorrow  - Saturday, April 6.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "Heavy rain on Friday morning may cause some travel disruption.

"There is a chance of flooding to a few homes and businesses, spray and flooding on roads probably making journey times longer, and bus and train services probably affected with journey times taking longer."