Parts of western Scotland are set to be battered by winds of up to 65mph on Sunday.
The Met Office issued the yellow weather warning on Friday, which will be in place from 3am until 2pm on Sunday.
Affecting Dumfries and Galloway, Argyll and Bute and parts of Ayrshire, the Met Office said large waves are expected in coastal areas.
Motorists have been urged to take care while the warning is in place, with delays likely for high sided vehicles on bridges and delays to public transport.
The weather warning follows a series of storms which battered Scotland over the past few weeks.
In February, Storm Dudley caused major disruption with ScotRail cancelling all services due to strong winds.
Two storms in January also caused widespread disruption, with homes left without power for days in parts of the north east.
A 60-year-old woman in Aberdeen was killed by a falling tree during Storm Malik.