A weather warning is still in place for Norfolk this morning after 69mph winds from Storm Isha hit the county.

The Met Office yellow warning has been extended until midday today and people have been warned to expect more disruption.

The entire country was subject to wind warnings overnight as gusts topped 90mph in places.

Gusts reached 69mph on the north Norfolk coast at around 10pm.

Properties in Dereham, Cromer, Barnham Broom, Swaffham and Horsford have been hit with power cuts this morning and there are reports of trees down across the region.

The Met Office said Storm Isha – the ninth named storm to hit the UK since the season began in September – is expected to pull away through the day, although it is expected to remain windy with a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers.

If there are more named storms between next week and August, this year will beat the record held by 2015/16. 

Each storm is named when it poses a risk to people and they are given names with consecutive letters of the alphabet.