The Met Office have warned high winds will hit Oxfordshire on Wednesday as Storm Eleanor arrives in the UK.

Forecasters say there could be a chance of power cuts and disruption to mobile phone signal as gusts of 60-70mph sweep through Oxfordshire.

The organisation issued a yellow warning said strong winds would affect the county from shortly after midnight until 10pm.

The Met Office statement said: “Strong and at times gusty winds are expected through much of Wednesday. There is a small chance of injuries and danger to life, as well as minor property damage, from flying debris.”

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The warning also flagged up the possibility of cancellations to public transport, other transport delays including route closures, and power cuts.