Just days on from Storm Isha, the Met Office has warned that Storm Jocelyn will see much of the UK batted by wind and rain.

Only the south of the UK is not covered by weather warnings, with many regions expecting heavy rain and strong wind all day, Tuesday, January 23 and into Wednesday, January 24.

Areas affected by rain are being told by the Met Office to expect "a period of heavy rain, associated with Storm Jocelyn."

Adding that the rain could result in flooding with bus and train services likely to be affected throughout the storm time.

While yellow weather warnings for wind will mean that some roads and bridges may close along with the potential of some damage to buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs.

The National: Strong winds will hit much of the UK today.Strong winds will hit much of the UK today. (Image: Met Office)

With much of the UK awaiting Storm Jocelyn, a map showing when and where the storm will hit is available.

How to track Storm Jocelyn- Met Office map

A map by the Met Office allows you to track Storm Jocelyn as it arrives in the UK from 11am today (January 23).

The map shows that nearly all of the UK will be hit with rain with some areas expecting rainfall of 40-60mm over the next day.

Wind speed from Storm Jocelyn can also be tracked, with areas in Wales and part of Scotland set for gusts as high as 52mph.

The National: You can see the full map via the Met Office.You can see the full map via the Met Office. (Image: Met Office)

You can see the full map now via the Met Office.

Discussing the upcoming weather, the Met Office shared: "An area of rain is expected to sweep across this region, becoming heavy and persistent on some south-facing hills. 40-60mm could fall in the space of 6 hours, accompanied by strong winds."

Adding: "A spell of strong winds associated with Storm Jocelyn is expected to develop across this region during Tuesday afternoon, peaking overnight into Wednesday morning, before easing across most areas by midday.

"However, winds are likely to remain strong across and just to the east of the Pennines until early Wednesday afternoon."