As Storm Barra hits Buckinghamshire, several areas have been left without power.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning which will be in place for the duration of Tuesday and into Wednesday.

The wild weather is already impacting homes across the area including several power outages.

Here are the most recent outages in Buckinghamshire as well as when the power is expected to come back on.

Power Cut HP12

In the HP12 Postcode area, there has been an unplanned outage affecting locals on Rutland Avenue, Grenfell and Chiltern Avenue and Booker Lane.

Problems were first reported at 3.01 pm with the power expected to be resolved by 10 pm now that there is an engineer on site.

Power Cut HP14

A power outage was reported at 5.14 pm affecting several areas in the HP15 postcode including Naphill, Stocking hill and Main Road.

The Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks expect the power to return by 10 pm now that an engineer is present.

Power Cut SL4 

An outage was reported in Windsor at 5.47 pm and there is now an engineer on-site fixing the problem. 

The power is expected to come back on at 9 pm.

How severe is Storm Barra?

The Met Office warned that Storm Barra could lead to power cuts as heavy winds hit the UK.

Frank Saunders is a Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office. He said: “Strong winds arriving across the west through Tuesday morning, will spread inland and reach eastern areas through the afternoon and early evening.

“Gusts of 45-50 mph are expected widely, with 60-70 mph in exposed coastal locations. The strongest winds will ease across inland areas into the overnight period.”