The area will in battered by heavy showers from tomorrow, right through the weekend.
Forecasters say we will take the brunt of low pressure sweeping across the UK.
Glaswegians should make the most of the glorious sunshine this evening - as it will be short-lived when rain and wind sweep in from tomorrow afternoon.
Forecasters predict there could be almost 2.57in (70mm) of rain in the west from tomorrow through until Sunday - that's more than the monthly average in the area of 2.3in (60mm) for June.
It looks like being a second wet weekend in a row for families and little chance of the barbecue getting an airing.
Claire Austin, a forecaster with the Meteogroup UK, said: "We will start to see a few isolated showers through tomorrow morning, and by late afternoon there will be heavy rain showers.
"This band of rain will continue through Friday and while it might ease slightly late on Friday, it will be short-lived."
It is set to be another gloomy, wet and windy weekend.
Ms Austin added: "It will be a very uncertain picture over the weekend with heavy rain right through until Sunday.
"There will probably be a first burst of around 30mm (1.2in to 40mm (1.6in) of rain in the next two days, and then another 30mm of rain on Saturday and Sunday.
"This is down to a low pressure system moving across the UK and the west is in the firing line.
"By the end of next week we could see an improvement with high pressure coming in."