It's been a blustery weekend - and it looks as though things aren't getting any calmer as we head into a new week. 

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind on Wednesday, which covers Oxfordshire.

The warning reads: "Strong northwesterly winds are expected during Wednesday with possible transport disruption.

What to expect

"Probably some bus and train services affected, with some journeys taking longer. Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges likely Some short term loss of power and other services is possible."

Although a yellow weather warning for wind is in place for parts of the country today, it does not cover Oxfordshire - but the county has still seen powerful wind.

Alex Wilson tweeted this image of a blossom tree in Headington today, which has blocked part of the pedestrian crossing in Headley Way.

Witney Gazette:

In the village of Hampton Poyle near Kidlington, Vicky Beesley took this photo of a fallen tree that has completely blocked a road and taken down a power line.

Witney Gazette:

The only weather warning to impact Oxfordshire currently is the one for Wednesday, which is in place from midnight until 3pm. 

Witney Gazette:

Met Office weather warning map

On Wednesday, parts of Oxfordshire are forecast wind gusts with speeds of more than 50mph.

The Met Office predicts Witney could see 51mph gusts at about midday, and 50mph gusts are set to hit Bicester at about the same time.

What does the weather have in store for the rest of the week? 

Monday will be cloudy with showers. Heavy rain is expected on Tuesday. 

Thursday and Friday will be mainly dry but overcast, with a temperature maximum of 11 degrees.