Storm Erik leaves some homes & businesses in Donegal without power

Storm Erik leaves some homes & businesses in Donegal without power

Storm Erik leaves some homes & businesses in Donegal without power

High winds on Saturday morning caused trees to fall and caused disruption on several roads, and emergency services warned motorists to take care when driving through the hard conditions.

Mr Keates added the band of weather will potentially have "some hill snow" as it makes it way out of Northern Ireland and into Wales and the south-east of England to end Sunday.

Northern Ireland will see a dry start but then see strong winds and heavy rain, and the south-east will remain damp throughout the day and into overnight.

The south is set to be temporarily hit by a band of wet weather, while snow is expected to fall in higher part of Wales and England's Peak District.

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'And it will be a touch colder than it has been on recent mornings.

Conditions in the north will be brighter, with some rain and gales possible later on.

A video showing a British Airlines plane struggling to land at Heathrow Airport has gone viral after strong winds from Storm Erik forced the aircraft to abort a nervy first landing attempt.

"The low pressure area was deepening rapidly as it approached the north west of Ireland and north-west Scotland on Friday morning".

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Storm Erik came with a status orange weather warning for Donegal, Mayo and Galway and wind gusts at times were really powerful.

Met Office Meteorologist Steven Keates said rain would hit the United Kingdom, particularly in Scotland where the mercury could drop to -4C.

On Friday morning a 50-year-old man died on the A384 in Buckfastleigh, Devon, and in Wales a van driver was killed after he collided with a fallen tree on the B4306 between Pontyberem and Llannon in west Wales.

A yellow weather warning has been issued from 10.30am until 8pm in Portsmouth and the South East.

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A Met Office yellow weather warning for strong wind covers much of Wales, central and northern England and southern Scotland until 3pm on Saturday.

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