Met Office alert - more strong gusting winds to hit Sussex

Met Office alert - more strong gusting winds to hit Sussex

Met Office alert - more strong gusting winds to hit Sussex

There were roughly 60 incidents reported as Storm Eleanor barrelled across the network overnight, with Mid-Devon experiencing the worst damage, according to a spokeswoman.

The warning is in place from 10.15am to 7pm today.

However, there will be unsettled conditions across the Black Country and Staffordshire in the wake of the storm, the Met Office has said.

In the United Kingdom, thousands of homes were without power and travel was disrupted after the storm hit.

Environmental Agency                   Dozens of flood warnings are in place across England
Environmental Agency Dozens of flood warnings are in place across England

The Met Office stated that gusts of 100mph winds were measured at Great Dun Fell in Cumbria in the early hours of the morning.

Eleanor is the fourth major storm to hit Europe since December.

Nearly 25,000 homes have been left without power in Britain as the storm Eleanor thrashes the United Kingdom with winds of up to 90 miles per hour while a yellow weather warning has been issued for southern parts of Northern Ireland, Scotland and northern England.

Flood duty manager Neil Davies said: "As the unsettled weather continues, large waves combined with high tides could lead to coastal flooding over the next few days, particularly in the west and south-west of England".

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Flooding risks could remain for coastal areas for several days, the Environment Agency has warned, as it urged people not to attempt "storm selfies" on coastal paths and promenades.

Local meteorological department Met Eireann said that Eleanor, which swept across the country from west and southwest towards northeast since Tuesday evening, has cleared the country, but damaging inland gusts are still likely.

"Safety is paramount and there are some areas where the high wind speeds may impact on our ability to assess the damage and carry out repairs".

"If you're travelling, please check your route before setting off and don't drive through flood water". Trees, branches and other flying debris were reported as having brought down power lines and poles.

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The risky winds have now wreaked havoc and caused damage on the coast. Meanwhile, parts of Glenwood estate, Letterkenny were hit with flooding again following last night's down pour.

55,000 properties in Ireland experienced blackouts.

"This is an update to remove the warning from southern Scotland while including the whole of Northern Ireland".

Winds of up to 50mph could disrupt travel and cause damage in Nottinghamshire as the remnants of Storm Eleanor blow through the county.

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