After high winds battered the county last weekend, a new storm has been named and is on its way to Norfolk.

Irelands Met Eireann has named Storm Jocelyn, as the newest set of bad weather approaches the UK.

A Met Office spokeswoman said: "Tuesday is set to be the calm between two storms.

"After a windy Monday, the weather is to ease on Tuesday before becoming much more unsettled overnight."

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Winds are set to strengthen tonight bringing up to 50mph winds.

The Met Office has warned that winds may be even stronger on a localised with the potential for power outages and tree branches being blown down.

The Storm will only have a brief impact, as it is expected to have passed the region at around midday (January 24).

Storm Jocelyn is expected to cause less disruption than Storm Isha with the Met Office not renewing or re-issuing any weather warnings for Norfolk, with the winds expected to cause problems and a much more localised level.