Storm Eunice has sparked a rare red weather warning in the UK, with millions of people have been told to stay at home as one of the worst storms in decades.
The weather warnings denote that there is a danger to life from flying debris.
The Met Office covering much of southern and eastern England, and south Wales.
People took to Twitter to report the havoc caused by the storm.
— AIRLIVE (@airlivenet) February 18, 2022
— MB (@Bowx_) February 18, 2022
How do very strong winds pose dangers to the railway❓
Debris blown onto tracks, like trees and other vegetation.
Items from neighbouring gardens blocking railway lines.
Damaged overhead line equipment, which powers electric trains.
— Network Rail (@networkrail) February 18, 2022
— peter byrne (@Peter_J_Byrne) February 16, 2022
Tree came down on our family house in Cobh this morning. Very lucky to say nobody was hurt, and only a few busted windows and a stray branch through the roof to show for it. Stay safe everyone #StormEunice pic.twitter.com/ipMue2eNFF
— Ellen O'Regan (@ellenoregan) February 18, 2022