A weather warning has been issued for Norfolk as Storm Isha is set to hit the county. 

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind from midday on Sunday until midday on Monday. 

Disruption is expected across the county with some damage to buildings, power cuts and delays to road and rail travel.

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Storm Isha is expected to bring strong winds with gusts of up to 60mph in parts of the county.

A Met Office spokesman said: "Winds will pick up over the coming days as we see a change in the weather type from cold but comparatively settled weather to more wet and windy conditions.

"Sunday will be a particularly windy day for much of the country including Norfolk."

Meteorologist Dan Holley said winds are expected to peak on Sunday evening and into the night.