ACTIVISTS in Glasgow this Saturday are facing a washout after the Met Office revealed high chances of rain and strong winds could hit the city centre.

There is a possible 100,000 people turning up to take part in a march for the 'Global Day of Action for Climate Justice'.

They will walk from Kelvingrove to Glasgow Green via the city centre, but they face doing so in some miserable weather.

The Met Office forecast suggests there is a 95 per cent chance of heavy rain between 9am and 1pm. It will then ease up a bit after 3pm, but it will only start to clear around the latter half of the march.

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There will be highs of 11 °C, but the Met Office also states it will realistically feel like 7°C the entire afternoon.

It also states that there could be wind gusts of up to 43 mph.

However, protesters on Friday will be in for better luck.

On Friday, Greta Thunberg and thousands of activists are set to take part in the 'Fridays for Future' march. Activists will walk from Kelvingrove to George Square.

According to the Met Office, it will remain cold and dry in Glasgow for the whole of Friday.

The Met Office site states: "A cloudy and mainly dry day, some occasional brightness in the south. A little rain at times across Argyll. Milder. Maximum temperature 12 °C."

Although, those who gather early for the protest will experience a low temprature of 7 °C.

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Planned action is also set to take place in the midst of some chaotic weather in other parts of Scotland

The north coast has been issued a yellow weather warning by the Met Office, and there are protests set to take place in both Inverness and Elgin.

Both sets of protesters are also facing a washout with outdoor demonstrations and marches set to take place amongst some 'dangerous coastal conditions'.

A Met Office statment said: "It’s likely that some coastal routes, causeways, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray, large waves, and localised flooding."