A man who died after getting into difficulty near a waterfall in a city park has been named.
Police went to the scene at around 1.45pm on Saturday after a report that a man had jumped into water and did not resurface.
Nicholas Smith, 23, was pulled from the water in Linn Park near Simshill on the southside of Glasgow, and was taken to the nearby Victoria Infirmary, where he later died.
Strathclyde Police said relatives of Mr Smith, who was from the city's Gorbals area, have been told.
A report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.
The death came as Glasgow saw temperatures of 23C, well above the expected May temperature of 16C.
By 5pm on Saturday, Kinlochewe in the Highlands was the hottest place in Scotland, at 27.9C. In Altnaharra, in the far north of Scotland, the temperature was 26.2C.