Parts of the UK have been hit by flooding in the wake of Storm Brendan, with some drivers seeing their cars submerged in water.
Stormy weather conditions which disrupted flights and tore the roof from a building are due to ease temporarily – before another spell of wind and rain hits the UK.
Weather warnings remain in force across the country after Storm Brendan brought winds of nearly 90mph to parts of the UK.
Several closures have been put in place across the north-east due to flooding.
Disruption is expected as high winds continue to batter parts of Scotland.
There was chaos across the north-east as high winds uprooted trees and caused more than 1,000 homes to lose power across the region.
Storm Brendan has forced airlines to divert flights scheduled to land at Gatwick as gales of up to 80mph caused disruption around the UK.
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A trampoline has blown on to a busy motorway, forcing cars to swerve out of the way, as Storm Brendan battered parts of the UK and Ireland.
Nigel Pearson is not thinking about whether Watford’s FA Cup third-round replay at Tranmere on Tuesday will go ahead and merely focusing on trying to win the tie.
Storm Brendan has struck parts of the UK, with gusts of up to 80mph and heavy rainfall expected to sweep across the country.
Strong gales of up to 80mph are set to sweep across parts of the UK on Monday.