SCOTS train journeys have been axed and roads have been closed amid heavy rainfall and extreme flooding.
ScotRail confirmed that a number of routes in Ayrshire had been disrupted by “severe weather” across the country today.
Grim conditions between Saltcoats and Ardrossan have resulted the line towards Largs being closed.
ScotRail confirmed that services from Glasgow to Ardrossan will temporarily halt at Kilwinning.
Train journeys to Largs from West Kilbride have also been cancelled due to the horrendous rain which has battered the west of Scotland today.
And a stretch the A75 has been closed due to flooding in the area, cops confirmed.
Police Scotland tweeted: “The #A75 is closed at present near to Auchlarie due to flooding. If travelling in this area please find an alternative route.”
And ScotRail tweeted: “Due to severe weather at West Kilbride the line towards Largs has had to be closed.
“Train services between Glasgow Central and Largs will be terminated at and started back from Kilwinning.”
The rail firm confirmed that replacement bus services were being offered for some services which had been axed.
But they warned customers that spaces were limited at the moment due to social distancing in place amid the coronavirus pandemic.
We told recently how some Scots endured temperatures close to zero amid a chilly start to the week.
Last week train journeys were axed across Glasgow due to dreadful flooding.
ScotRail confirmed a number of key services had been suspended as footage online showed streets which had been badly hit by the heavy rainfall.
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