Devon and Cornwall Police have received multiple calls regarding disruption caused due to the high winds this morning.

Just after 7am they issued a statement saying they had received more than 20 reports in the last two hours alone.

Most callers reported fallen trees blocking roads, but also other debris causing highway disruption, including a fallen billboard in Plymstock, Devon.

A road near Penryn has been cleared after a fallen tree was removed on the B3292 Commercial Road between the turning for Weir (Mylor Bridge) and Church Road (Penryn).

A spokesman for the Force said: "Members of the public are urged to drive with care and vigilance this morning.

"Please reduce speed and anticipate what obstruction might be around that next bend. Please also report traffic issues so that we can assist in clearance as soon as possible.

"Highways England and other partners are working very hard at the moment to keep both counties moving."

There is a yellow weather warning for wind in place for the remainder of the day and the windy conditions to not finish there.

Tomorrow will be another blowy day before another Atlantic front - with the potential to be called Storm Gareth - arrives on Tuesday accompanied by heavy rain and gusts of up to 60mph. 

On Wednesday there is another yellow weather warning issued by the Met Office for wind, with sustained strong winds forecast throughout the day.

There were more than 200 homes without power in the TR10 and TR11 postcodes, which Western Power hopes to restore by midday today.

TR10 and TR11 postcodes cover Falmouth and Penryn and numerous villages in the surrounding area including Mawnan Smith, Mabe and Wendron.

Power has been restored in the Falmouth and Mawnan Smith areas, but 33 homes are still without power in the Penryn postcode and a further 22 in the Perranuthnoe area.

There are also a small number of properties without power in Camborne and Redruth.