Gusty winds are blowing across Wiltshire today and keeping temperatures to a high of around 16 degrees C but it is expected to be hotter tomorrow and temperatures are set to rise to around 22 degrees C on Monday.

A telegraph pole near Market Lavington was a casualty of the high winds which were gusting at around 40 MPH this morning.

But the coolish conditions today are making it easier for people to abide by the new slightly eased lockdown rules which have been spelt out by Wiltshire chief constable Kier Pritchard.

The wind is due to die down by this evening.