GLASGOW is facing three days of disruption due to Storm Malik, which is set for the country.

Tomorrow, Saturday, January 29th, is the first yellow weather warning. Strong westerly winds will cause travel delays.

There are possible delays in air, ferry and road transport. Some bus and train journeys might take longer than normal.
Elays are also to be expected for vehicles with high sides on bridges or exposed routes. There may be power loss in the short-term.

From 6pm on Sunday, Jan 30 through 12 noon on Monday, Jan 31, a second warning will be in effect

These days may affect road, rail, air, and ferry services. There are longer travel times and cancellations.

Other roads and bridges might also be closed.

Power outages and poor mobile coverage are possible.

It is important for drivers to be careful.