Storm Erik has taken its toll on the banks of the River Clyde after heavy rain struck Glasgow on Friday.

Evening Times reader Christina Cardwell captured these images, which show the recent downpour has caused the Clyde to swell to the point of flooding in several places.

Christina told the Evening Times: "I work in the Govan area and sometimes like to stand at this bit just looking along the river when I have a break. This is the highest I have personally seen it and found it a bit scary to be honest especially when I seen that it had come up onto the walkway."

After 70 mph winds and heavy rain, a section of the walkway at Napier Drive, across the river from the Riverside Museum, is submerged.

The weekend's weather forecast predicts a continuation of recent rain. 

Showers have been forecast in the next seven days.

As a result of the strong winds and rain across many parts of Scotland, Met Office forecaster have warned of flooding in the worst hit areas.

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