Power has been restored to most East Lothian properties impacted by power cuts as a result of Storm Isha.

'A number' of properties across the county were without power yesterday, with Scottish Power Energy Networks (SPEN) hoping to have all power restored by 10pm last night.

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Power has been restored to properties in Musselburgh, Gifford, Garvald, Macmerry and Dunbar.

However, some areas of the county are still experiencing a lack of power, including properties in Haddington and Gladsmuir, and also Cockburnspath.

SPEN said it hopes to have power restored to all properties by 4pm today and will discuss offering hotel accommodation to those impacted.

A SPEN spokesperson said: “Our electricity network has been impacted by severe weather conditions from Storm Isha.

“We have managed to restore a number of supplies, however due to the extent of some of the damage to our network we may not be able to restore your supply until 4pm.

“Our engineers will continue to work to restore your supply as quickly as possible. If you are experiencing any difficulties and feel you would benefit from additional support or require hotel accommodation tonight, please hold the line and talk to one of our team so we can help you.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience.”

A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued by the Met Office tonight from 4pm until 1pm tomorrow, impacting the whole of East Lothian.