Britain was hit with winds of up to 100mph overnight as Atlantic low pressure system sweeps across the country
Worst hit areas were Capel Curig in Snowdonia, High Bradfield in South Yorkshire and Weybourne in North Norfolk.
Liscombe in Somerset, Avonmouth near Bristol and Northolt in north west London also saw winds of 65mph plus.
Roads closed and public transport disrupted because of dangerous winds and fallen trees across swathes of the UK.
Millions of people up and down the country endured severe gales of up to 100mph today as an Atlantic storm battered Britain – knocking pedestrians off their feet and causing widespread disruption to homes, roads and the rail network.
High winds and heavy rain continued to lash most parts of the UK, which was already storm-damaged after gale-force winds battered the country overnight, and forecasters are warning of more blustery conditions to come.