More heavy rain and strong winds are expected later as Storm Jocelyn approaches Oxfordshire.

The Met Office has issued a  'yellow' weather warning for strong winds affecting the county from midday on Tuesday, lasting until midday Wednesday.

It comes straight after Storm Isha left thousands of homes without electricity across the country and two people were killed by falling trees.

In Oxfordshire, the highest wind speeds were recorded in Benson at 9pm on Sunday, where the wind reached 32mph, according to the Met Office.

It caused a building in Witney to partially collapse.

The Met Office is forecasting a windy and damp day today with overcast skies and occasional rain.

Later this afternoon it will turn windy with the risk of gales locally.

It will be very mild for the time of year.