Storm Isha has left a trail of destruction across parts of the UK, with Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland the worst hit.
A rare red warning was issued by the Met Office for North East Scotland overnight, with 90+ mph gusts recorded in some parts.
Thousands of properties in Northern Ireland were left without power for several hours.
There was also reports of damage to properties in Cumbria, with flood sirens heard after several inches of rain fell across the Lake District.
Further south, the storm swept through, but there were less issues.
Here in Herefordshire, a number of fallen trees were reported, with the Ross-on-Wye area worst affected.
The A40 near Ross-on-Wye was temporarily closed between Ross and Symonds Yat after West Mercia Police reported several fallen trees and a number of collisions. The road has since reopened.
There were also fallen trees in Walford and Upton Bishop, but volunteers quickly removed these to get the routes back open.
A number of properties in the Ledbury area were left without power for several hours. There were also power cuts reported in the Dymock, Newent, Ross-on-Wye and Bromyard areas.
River levels on the River Wye and River Lugg are rising following heavy rain across parts of mid Wales. Some localised flooding to low level land and roads is possible, but no major flooding is expected.
We’ll continue to have updates on any disruption throughout the morning.