A YELLOW weather warning for strong winds in Lancashire has been issued.

The Met Office predicts gusts of up to 40mph could cause widespread disruption tomorrow.

Forecasters say they will develop on Tuesday and are likely to bring some disruption for residents and commuters between noon and midnight.

On the website, they are warning commuters may expect some 'delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport.

'Probably some bus and train services are affected, with some journeys taking longer and delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges are likely'.

They also say that there may be some short-term loss of power and other services.

The warning covers most of the country, from Cornwall up to the North East, and all of Wales although Scotland and Northern Ireland will not be hit by the winds.

There could also be some loss of power and Electricity North West has also issued warnings.