Another yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office for this weekend.

Glasgow has been told to expect heavy wind and rain from Friday morning.

A previous severe weather warning was lifted at midnight last night, making way for a dry and sunny Wednesday.

Forecasters have now issued a 'danger to life' warning for wind from 5am on Friday until 9pm the same night.

Gusts of wind are predicted to reach up to 80mph.

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The new alert will come into force from midnight on Saturday until midnight on Sunday, bringing with it a small chance of flooding to homes and businesses, damage to buildings, power cuts and loss of other services, disruption on public transport and issues on the roads.

A Met Office round-up for the weekend states: "Windy on Friday with rain at times, mainly in the morning.

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"Heavy rain likely at times on Saturday before it becomes drier and somewhat brighter on Sunday."

Average temperatures of 13C are predicted for Sunday, as well as sunshine spells and dry periods.