Storm Brendan is expected to blow into Hampshire today, with two weather warnings in place.

The Met Office have issued a warning for strong winds from midday today until midnight, with a warning for rain in place from 1pm today until 9am on Wednesday.

The Met Office says today will be "widely very windy" with "some disruption to travel likely."

Some places could see winds of 60 to 70mph while places lower inland could see between 45 and 55mph.

A spokesperson said: "Southwesterly winds are expected to strengthen across much of England and Wales during Tuesday afternoon and evening. Gusts of 40 to 50 mph are expected quite widely inland, with exposed coasts and hills having gusts of around 60 mph, perhaps locally 70 mph. Heavy rain may be an additional hazard in places. Winds will ease from the west during Tuesday night."

On both days, the Met Office warns some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport could be likely.

There could also be delays for some high-sided vehicles on exposed routes, plus short-term loss of power could be possible.

The Met Office also says some coastal routes and communities could be affected by spray and large waves.

The spokesperson added: "Outbreaks of rain will be heavy at times, especially on hills. Many places will see 15 to 25 mm of rainfall with some places perhaps seeing 30 to 40 mm. This rain falling onto already very wet ground will likely lead to some localised flooding."