Flurries of snow and ice are set to be replaced by very strong winds and rain in Oxfordshire.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for wind for London and the South East.

The national forecaster said strong winds associated with Storm Isha may bring disruption to travel and utilities across parts of the UK on Sunday and Monday.

The warning is in place between midday on Sunday (January 21) and midday on Monday.

Within the warning area, many places are likely to see southwesterly winds gust to around 50-60 mph and gusts may reach 60-70 mph for exposed locations such as coasts.

Householders are being advised to secure items such as bins, garden furniture, trampolines, tents, sheds and fences, check for any travel disruption and change plans if necessary and consider gathering torches and batteries, a mobile phone power pack in case of power cuts.

As well as strong winds the weather is set to turn wetter but milder.

Today some crisp sunny spells are forecast in Oxfordshire and turning less cold. Tonight the minimum temperature will be -4 °C.

Saturday will be chilly but less so than recently with a maximum temperature of 7C.



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