Dumbarton residents are advised to "be aware" as the area is set to be subjected to heavy rain and strong winds this weekend, for the third consecutive weekend in a row.

The Met Office has issued another yellow weather warning for Friday and Saturday.

The warning of rain and wind is set to last the weekend, meaning people should plan ahead and think about possible traffic delays as the third storm of the month is yet to be named hits.

This comes after just recovering from the havoc Storm Ciara caused two weekends ago, when a 72-year-old died during the storm after he fell on Kilbowie Road, Clydebank.

Last weekend, the turmoil of Storm Dennis brought five inches of rain causing road closures and severe flooding.

The area is to expect torrential rain throughout Friday, with the warning in place from 6am on Friday until 9pm.

On Saturday, the yellow weather warning will still be in place from 6am until 10pm for strong gusty winds in association with showers may bring some public transport travel disruption.

The Met Office is urging us to prepare once again for potential travel disruption and local flooding.

What to expect:

• Spray and flooding on roads probably making journey times longer

• Bus and train services probably affected with journey times taking longer

• Flooding of a few homes and businesses is likely