High winds and storms in Oxfordshire
Highways teams in Oxfordshire have remained busy dealing with the impacts of Storm Eunice and Storm Franklin with damaging high winds having crossed the county - particularly on Friday, February 18 but afterwards too.
Roads crews received more than 180 calls to incidents on Friday. These included trees that had fallen in to roads or footpaths causing obstructions as well as damaged trees that led to very large branches on road surfaces. During the course of the weekend and since - including during Storm Franklin - more than 80 further calls to incidents have been received.
Those who wish to inform the council of a highways related problem due to the storm should call 0345 310 1111.
- Station Road, Brize Norton
If people experience a power cut, the national number to call is 105. It’s free of charge
This Powertrack map summarises information from power companies as regards where there are outages.
There are some Environment Agency flood alerts in Oxfordshire. You can keep in touch with information on local river levels check via the Environment Agency .
Schools are able to update on any closures on the county council website