The Met Office has issued Yellow Warnings for the Uk as winds of up to 90 mph batter Britain again today. Snow and ice warnings for large swathes of northern England and almost all of Scotland were posted as the south of England will also be hit for a second day by heavy winds.
Passengers booked on Regional and International flights are advised to check their flights before leaving for the Airport as hundred have been cancelled this morning.
So far, the storm has resulted in a month and a half’s worth of rainfall falling within 24 hours for some parts of the UK, resulting in flooding and power cuts for more than half a million households.
Engineers have managed to restore electricity to the vast majority of homes but tens of thousands of households were still without power overnight.
More than 18,500 households are without power, according to UK Power Networks. There are currently 14,107 properties without electricity across the East and 4,480 more across the South East: