Yes, for those of us lucky enough to have secured a ticket for the Christmas light switch on in George Square tomorrow, excitement is setting in and the event promises to be as spectacular as ever.
But while anticipation builds, many of the people who will be heading to the open air space alongside hundreds of other eager Glaswegians must be wondering what the weather is going to be like as the city welcomes Christmas.
Well, it is good news…
Tomorrow’s weather is looking to be dry and cold in the morning with sunshine for much of the day.
And, according to the Met Office, temperatures are even set to get milder as the sun moves across the sky, making way for a pleasant evening.
Forecasters said: “After a chilly start, it will become very mild, especially over Argyll with light easterly winds.”
For the unlucky Glasgow Christmas lovers who didn’t manage to secure a ticket to the light switch on, there are still plenty of festivities to enjoy in the city today and tomorrow.
Why not take a wander round the St Enoch Christmas market which opened last weekend or venture into the stunning Princes Square and admire their twinkling light display which was switched on earlier this week.
Motorists are reminded that several roads in and around the square will be closed tomorrow, a full list can be viewed here.