A yellow weather warning has been issued covering West Norfolk for today as winds pick up across England.
The Met Office has issued a country-wide wind and rain warning ahead of tomorrow, with gusts of up to 70mph battering the county.
On its website, the Met Office says: 'A widely very windy period expected Monday afternoon and evening with some disruption to travel likely.
The warning comes as large parts of Britain prepare for strong winds from Storm Brendan on Monday.
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"The strongest winds are expected around exposed coasts and hills in the west of the United Kingdom".
The winds will pick up again earlier on Tuesday with similar speeds of 45 to 55mph reaching as high as 60mph in more exposed areas.
A short-term loss of power and other services is possible.
Strong winds are likely to affect roads and train lines, while heavy and persistent rain can provoke fast flowing or deep floodwater that can cause a danger to life.