ANOTHER weather warning for wind has been issued for the whole of Hampshire on Wednesday by the Met Office.

Forecasters have predicted winds of up to 50mph and are urging residents to be vigilant.

A statement says: “Strong northwesterly winds are expected during Wednesday with possible transport disruption.”

Bus and railway services could be affected and power cuts are possible, while people living in seafront and exposed areas are being warned to be careful.

Heavy rain is also forecast throughout Tuesday across the county.

It comes after strong winds caused travel problems at the weekend.

Strong winds overnight from Saturday into Sunday brought down a number of trees near Southampton and the New Forest, and a huge tree fell in Tebourba Way, Southampton, on Saturday.

Residents woke up on Saturday morning to find roads blocked, boats blown over, trees across railway lines, and ferry and hovercraft services across the Solent suspended.

A trees fell in Fawley Road, Hythe, causing disruption for drivers and bus services, while another blocked both lanes of Northlands Road, Southampton, before it was removed by experts.

Meanwhile another tree fell in Anglesea Road, Shirley, and a boat was blown over in Calshot.

Southern Western Railways told the Daily Echo problems had been reported at Brockenhurst, Chandler’s Ford, and Redbridge, and a tree was blocking the railway at Sway.