Storm Dennis is causing havoc across the UK with travel disruption, railways lines are submerged under water, roads flooded and many flights are grounded.
The Met Office said on Sunday, Storm Dennis still bringing heavy rain and gales in the south for a time, further disruption possible.
“However, this gradually clearing southeastwards, most areas turning brighter and showery. Showers, heavy, frequent and blustery with hill snow in the north. Colder.”
Gatwick Airport released a statement on their website saying, “Due to Storm Dennis we are experiencing very high winds today and this is causing some delays and cancellations to flights.
“We advise passengers to allow plenty of time to get to the airport and to check the status of their flight with their airline.”
Around 10,000 people have been affected on Sunday and on Saturday around 40,000 peoples flights did not depart.
On Saturday easyJet has been forced to cancel 234 flights to and from the UK as winds of 70mph are battering the UK.