A yellow warning has been issued for Suffolk and the East of England by the Met Office.

The "unseasonably windy" period is expected to last from 9am on Saturday, July 15, to midnight on Sunday, July 17. 

Winds could have gusts of around 40mph and will moderate later into the evening and overnight.

Some areas of the south coast could experience winds of up to 55mph.

The Met Office has predicted some minor damage to trees and temporary structures, such as tents and marquees, and travel disruption is likely for road, rail, air and ferry transport. 

People should be prepared for potential short-term losses to power.

It is also likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray and high waves.

Delays are expected for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges.

This follows a thunderstorm and hailstorm yellow warning issued last weekend, and storms across the East of England on Wednesday night.