Flooding of homes 'likely' as rain set to batter Scotland
A yellow weather warning will be in place for 48 hours and travel chaos expected.
Scotland is set to be battered by heavy rainfall that will last 48 hours and cause flooding to homes and travel chaos.
Yellow weather warnings are in place for most of the west coast including Glasgow and Ayrshire for Monday and Tuesday.
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) have also issued flood alerts for West Central Scotland, Ayrshire and Arran, Argyll and Bute and Skye and Lochaber.
The Met Office warn that "flooding of a few homes and businesses is likely" as persistent and heavy rain covers large parts of the west coast.
The forecaster said: "Through Monday and into Tuesday widely 40-60 mm [of rain] is expected over high ground with peaks of 100-150 mm over the most exposed sites.
"This will be accompanied by strong winds with local gales possible around exposed coasts and high ground."
Bus and train services will be affected and roads will be flooded meaning journey times will take longer.
The yellow warning will be in place from 12:15am on Monday to 11.45pm on Tuesday.