A YELLOW weather warning for "disruptive" high winds is in place across the whole of Sussex this morning.

The warning issued by the Met Office is set to last until 9.00 am, as gusts of 40mph continue to batter the coast.

Delays to transport are expected across the whole of Sussex, with coastal cities, including Brighton, to be impacted by sea spray and large waves.

Damage to outdoor buildings is also possible, with some tree branches down across the county.

A Met Office Spokesman said: "There will be some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport.

"There will probably some bus and train services affected, with some journeys taking longer.

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"Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges is also likely"

Gusts of up to 40mph are expected in Brighton, with rain expected by tomorrow afternoon.

Conditions are predicted to remain mild, with temperatures staying between 6C and 11C from Wednesday until the end of the week.