TRAIN services between Ayr and Glasgow have been suspended due to obstructions blowing onto the line. 

ScotRail announced today (Wednesday, September 19) that trees and other obstructions being blown onto tracks across the Central Belt have suspended services between Glasgow Central High Level and Ayr.  

The disruptions to services come as the Met Office issues an Amber weather warning expected to last until 6pm. 

According to the weather service, Storm Ali is expected to bring a very windy spell with gusts of 65-75 mph inland. 

SEPA has also issued a flood warning for the coastline from Ayr to Troon. 

A combination of high tides and prevailing weather conditions means that flooding from the sea is expected to affect low lying land, roads and properties along the coastline within the area during this afternoon and into the evening.  

Due to the weather conditions within the Firth of Clyde there is the potential for flooding impacts to be experienced outside published high tide times in exposed areas. 

Advice and information is available through Floodline on 0345 9881188.  

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