STORM Agnes is set to hit Malvern tomorrow with strong and disruptive winds.

A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, warning of adverse weather conditions throughout Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday.

All of Worcestershire is set to be affected by the storm, as well as the north and the east of the UK.

The Met Office has warned that injuries and danger to life from flying debris are possible, as well as damage to buildings such as tiles blown from roofs.

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Some power cuts are also likely to occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage.

Road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected by the winds, with longer journey times and cancellations possible.

Some roads and bridges are also likely to close.

Worcestershire County Council's highways and travel team has said there will be extra highways teams on standby, including for drainage and fallen trees.

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The Met Office has five tips for staying safe in high winds:

1. Protecting your property from damage and other people from injury

Check for loose items outside your home and plan how you could secure them in high winds. This can include bins, plant pots, garden furniture, trampolines and sheds.

2. Things you can do before a journey

Windy weather can cause delays, so the Met Office advises drivers to plan routes and check for road closures

Listening to travel updates, having essential items in your car and having a fully charged phone are all also recommended.

3. Driving safely in strong wind

Drive slowly to minimise the impact of wind gusts and be aware of high-sided vehicles/caravans.

Make sure to hold the steering wheel firmly and always give cyclists, motorcyclists, lorries and buses more room than usual

4. Staying safe when you're at the coast

If you live or work on the coast, beware of large waves and take care of walking near cliffs. In an emergency 999 and ask for the Coastguard

5. Avoiding injury if you're out and about

Being outside in high winds makes you more vulnerable to injury. Stay indoors as much as possible. If you do go out, try not to walk or shelter close to buildings and trees.

Be prepared for weather warnings to change quickly. When a weather warni