Glasgow has been hit with a yellow weather warning for flooding next week. 

The Met Office has warned Glaswegians that heavy rain fall next Tuesday may lead to transport disruption and damage to homes and businesses. 

The rain is scheduled to begin around 1am on Tuesday and end at about 6pm.

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Detailing what to expect, The Met Office said that the flooding may also cause power cuts and loss of services to homes, as well as road closures around the city. 

It comes as Storm Kathleen hit the country earlier this week. 

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Janine Hensman, Sepa’s flood duty manager, said: “While Storm Kathleen will ease on Sunday evening, another weather system is on the way.

"Significant flooding from rivers and surface water is possible in southern, central and north-eastern areas on Tuesday, with coastal flooding continuing due to high spring tides.

“Flood alerts and warnings are in place so stay up to date though our website. We will continue to work with the Met Office to monitor the situation 24/7 and review regional flood alerts and local flood warnings as required.

“We advise people to sign up to Floodline to receive free updates for where they live, or travel through, directly to their phone.

“People can also check our flood updates for all the latest information and view the three-day Scottish flood forecast to see what conditions are expected further ahead”.

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