Hundreds of homes in East Renfrewshire remain without water after an “operational issues” cut off supplies on Christmas Day.
Scottish Water said the G76, G77 and G46 postcode areas would experience “intermittent” delays to their supply while repairs at the Picketlaw Water Treatment Works continued on Boxing Day.
Around 5,000 homes were thought to have been affected by a lack of running water on Christmas Day due to an issue at the facility.
The firm said engineers had worked overnight to restore supplies, but warned some may have to wait slightly longer for it to be fully returned to normal levels.
Those in the Newton Mearns, Giffnock, Thornliebank and Clarkston areas are still thought to have disrupted supplies.
Bottled Water collection points have been set up at Williamwood High School in Clarkston and St Clares Primary School in Newton Mearns.
“We sincerely apologise to those customers who have been impacted by this issue and we thank you for your patience and understanding,” Scottish Water said in a statement.
“Our teams will continue to work until this is fully resolved.
“Supplies are recovering but due to the size of the network supplied by the works, some customers may continue to experience intermittent supplies on Boxing Day.
“The network will continue to recover throughout the day.”