Published: 19:25, 24 October 2020
| Updated: 20:56, 24 October 2020
A yellow weather warning for strong winds and has been issued for the county this evening.
The Met Office say gusts of up to 65mph will hit Kent tonight, especially around coastal areas until about midnight.
Forecasters say there will be a short period of very heavy rain and gusty winds will make for difficult travel and there will be temporary flooding on roads.
They say people should expect possible tree branches on roads which could make journey times longer.
Bus and train services will probably affected with journey times taking longer and there may be some interruption to power supplies is possible.
A tree in Greenhithe has partially blocked the A226 London Road, this evening.
Forecasters also say later it will turn drier and clearer from the west around midnight.
However, showers follow mainly affecting coastal areas and the minimum temperature will be 6°C.
But winds will remain strong and gusty, particularly around coast and gusts of 60-65mph are possible as the cold front continues moving eastwards.
Tomorrow, will be a bright and breezy day with frequent showers, some with thunder are likely in places.
The maximum temperature 14 °C.