The Scots are set to experience winds at 70 mph and torrential rains after the Bureau of Meteorology issued a weather warning for most of the country.
Meteorologists warn about that Storm Bella It will bring severe storms and heavy rain to the west of Scotland.
Scots You can expect winds of up to 70 mph in the open coastal areas, as well as torrential rain across the country.
According to the yellow warning, the weather front is likely to cause localized floods and may cause travel disruption.
The weather may also disable energy in certain areas.
The affected area extends from Cape Wrath all the way to Helensburgh, and more rain is expected on Sunday and Monday.
In Ayrshire, trains have already been disrupted in Salt Coats due to severe weather.
Meanwhile, for the southwest, it is expected to be a very windy day with potentially severe coastal winds.
Starting Sunday at 10 a.m., a second weather warning for the country was issued for snow and ice until Monday morning.
Meteorologists expect that the winter weather, with snow, frost and ice, will cover Glasgow and the west, right up to the borders.
This comes on the heels of calm and relatively cold conditions across the UK on Christmas Day, which saw early morning snowfall in some areas – with the Weather Service declaring it White Christmas.