Strong winds are expected in Oxfordshire over the next two days as Storm Isha is set to batter parts of the UK.

The Met Office issued yellow weather warnings for wind for much of the country this morning (Saturday, January 20).

It will come into place from noon tomorrow until the same time on Monday.

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The storm will bring some disruption to travel and utilities across the country, the Met Office has said.

The national weather service warned of power cuts, road closures, flying debris, and damage to buildings, such as tiles being blown from roofs.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “Storm Isha will bring a disruptive spell of weather to the UK with strong winds across the whole country.”

Devon and Cornwall are expected to have gusts of up to 80mph over the weekend as some of the worst affected areas in the UK.