The much-anticipated Red Arrows flypast above Bucks has been called off due to bad weather.

The lack of visibility is preventing the aircraft from taking to the skies.

All afternoon displays have been cancelled as a result, organisers have confirmed.

The Red Arrows had been due to soar above the county at around 5.06pm - around 30 minutes after setting off from Exeter.

The announcement comes after this morning's displays in Torbay and Chinook were also cancelled due to low clouds.

While the aircraft have taken off from Exeter, they have deviated from the planned fly-past route and are headed directly back to base at RAF Fairford.