There is disruption on a number of routes this morning, as Storm Jocelyn hits Herefordshire.
Winds affecting Herefordshire seem far stronger than those that we saw in the area with Storm Isha, with a number of trees down on routes across the county.
60+mph winds have been recorded in the county, with temperatures also unseasonably mild, with temperatures still at 15c at 9pm last night at Hereford Credenhill.
There have been a number of reports of fallen trees.
UPDATE – NOW CLEAR – A fallen tree is reported to have fallen on the A49 at Dinmore Hill, between Hereford and Leominster, close to the Queenswood Country Park.
UPDATE – NOW CLEAR – A fallen tree is also partially blocking the A4110 (Canon Pyon Road) near Knapton.
UPDATE – NOW CLEAR – A fallen tree is also partially blocking Aylestone Hill in Hereford.
We’ve also received reports of branches and debris in the road on the A40 near Ross-on-Wye and the A465 near Bromyard.
A fallen tree is also partially blocking the A4103 near Fromes Hill.
There are multiple fallen trees on the A438 (Hereford to Ledbury Road). One by the St Michael’s Hospice junction is blocking a section of the road.
UPDATE – NOW CLEAR – The Bartestree to Whitestone Road that links the A438 and A4103 is blocked by a fallen tree.
There are several properties in the Bodenham area without power this morning due to a fallen power line.