Another storm is set to hit parts of Kent this weekend, with high winds heading for the coast.
The spell of strong winds is expected to start on Saturday afternoon.
Currently the yellow warning will remain in place until midday on Sunday.
The Met Office have told people to expect some delays to road, rail and ferry transport as a result of the bad weather.
Storm Jorge was named by the Spanish Meteorological Service, and is the third storm to hit the county this month.
Earlier this month Storm Ciara caused chaos to rail services and roads, including flooding on the A21 Tonbridge bypass.
During the storm, one motorist became trapped in their car as they attempted to drive through flood water on the A20.
Just weeks later, Storm Dennis battered Kent with wind and rain, leaving hundreds of homes without any power.
In Medway, a naked man in a rowing boat had to be rescued by emergency RNLI crews.