Storm Brendan subjected much of Ireland and the UK to gale-force winds with some measuring a shocking 121mph in Scotland’s Cairngorm National Park. The Met Office has issued three weather warnings today and two are in place for tomorrow.
The storm, a large low-pressure system that formed in the Atlantic, arrived over Ireland on Monday morning.
It led to alerts across the entire country as high winds and heavy rain were forecast.
More than 60 houses near Falmouth suffered electricity failures as winds began to bring down trees across cables.
In Blackpool, a man was allegedly swept out to sea by large waves and strong winds caused by Storm Brendan.
Trains on several sections of the railway in Ayrshire were disrupted due to damaged overhead power lines.
Commuters across the country may experience longer journey times.
The Met Office has predicted up to 6cm (2in) of snow on higher ground, gusts of wind between 60 to 70mph, and disruptions in coastal areas.
A yellow wind warning covering the Highlands and Argyll and Bute has been issued.