A weather warning has been issued in Oxfordshire as the UK braces for Storm Debi.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of thunderstorms for London and the South East for tomorrow morning (Tuesday, November 14).

It comes as Storm Debi, the fourth named storm of the season, is set to hit other parts of the UK, with warnings of 80mph winds.

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Folk in Oxfordshire have been told to expect a band of “squally, thundery rain” on Tuesday from 5am to noon.

The Met Office warned of potential damage to buildings from lightning strikes or strong winds, delays to train services and short term loss of power.

It also said that driving conditions are likely to be affected by spray, standing water and hail, leading to longer journey times by car and bus