Rail services between Ayrshire and Glasgow are currently disrupted due to severe weather.

Services between Ardrossan and Largs and Glasgow are expected to be disrupted until at least 3pm today, Tuesday, December 10, according to Scotrail.

An update from Scotrail reads: "Due to severe weather between Stevenston and Ardrossan South Beach, train services from Glasgow Central heading towards Ardrossan Harbour and Largs will be terminated and started back from Kilwinning.

"This is due to high winds and sea spray causing the overhead wires to trip.

"Train services between Glasgow Central and Largs will be terminated at and started back from Kilwinning."

Problems with the lines started following the Met Office issuing another weather warning for major downpours across the west of Scotland.

Residents are being warned to prepare for flooding as the rain is likely to cause damage.

The 9.53am Largs to Glasgow Central journey has been cancelled because of the weather.

Network Rail posted a video of the waves coming over the sea wall at Saltcoats here.

Visit Scotrail for more information and live updates.