Renfrewshire residents have been warned of potential "flooding" and "damage" after a yellow weather warning has been issued.

The Met Office has issued an alert for heavy rain which is expected to be in force between 1am and 6pm tomorrow, April 9, and 9am to 6pm Wednesday, April 10.

People are told that there could be a "slight" chance of power cuts and loss of other services during the warning period.

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Drivers are also told to expect difficult driving conditions due to spray and flooding with delays and cancellations to trained and busses possible.

Traffic Scotland also issued safety advice for people on X, formerly known as Twitter.