Tens of thousands are expected to march through Glasgow today on a march in support of Scottish independence.
The march, organised by the All Under One Banner (AUOB) group, comes in response to last month’s General Election result.
A rally had also been planned to take place in Glasgow Green, but organisers decided to cancel it due to strong winds and heavy rain forecast to hit the country throughout the day.
AUOB tweeted: “If we let some Scottish rain stop us marching then we’ve no chance. The march is on.”
The march leaves from Kelvingrove Park at 11:30am, with a designated route through Charing Cross and into the city centre, finishing at Glasgow Green.
Glasgow City Council estimate that 100,000 people will take part, with AUOB suggesting that the number could reach as high as 300,000.
AUOB’s Neil Mackay said: “Organising outdoor events in Scotland in winter is always difficult and is always subject to our weather. We had a number of great speakers lined up for the rally so it is a pity it will not now take place.
“We have apologised to the speakers for the cancellation and they have all been very understanding and supportive. All Under One Banner looks forward to an important and impressive march taking place on Saturday.”
Speakers due to take part in the rally will instead hold a press conference following the march.