Homes across Swindon have been affected by power cuts as Storm Isha hits the town.

More than 90 people across 15 postcodes have suffered from power outages in Swindon.

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has stated there is an outage in the Toothill area.

It is expected to be resolved by 4pm today (Sunday, January 21) and it is affecting 93 customers across 15 post codes.

This outage was first reported at midnight before the storm hit.

There was a previous outage in the town centre which affected around 11 customers which included the Leonardo Hotel and the Range but has since been resolved.

A spokesperson for SSEN said: “We’re very sorry for the power cut and are aware of a fault on our local network affecting several homes.”

This comes as the Met Office issued an amber and yellow weather warning for both Swindon and Wiltshire with high winds and heavy rain hitting the town overnight.

There have been disruptions to trains and other forms of public transport are expected to be affected.