As the storm takes hold, commuters are facing increasingly difficult driving conditions this morning.
In the north west, Greater Manchester Police are expecting to face a breadth of weather-related incidents. But how has travel been affected? And how could it affect your journey this morning? Correspondent Nick Dixon has been in Castleton this morning finding out.
Correspondents Jonathan Swain, Richard Gaisford and Nick Dixon were out in the wind and rain this morning reporting on the remnants of ex-Hurricane Gonzalo, which hit the UK overnight, and will continue to cause travel disruption for many this morning.
The stormy weather has been developing overnight as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo hit the UK.
By 6am this morning we had already seen gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour through northern parts of Wales and Northern Ireland and we're likely to see stronger more disruptive winds as we head through the day.
It's a wet and windy day ahead with storm force winds driving in across Northern and Western parts of the UK.
It will turn a lot colder as the band of rain moves through - cold enough for some snow in Scotland as Laura Tobin explains.
Parts of the country will be pounded by strong winds and heavy rain today as the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo hits the UK.
The storm will move east, with gusts up to 75 miles an hour expected in coastal regions. Northern Ireland took the brunt of the storm overnight. Richard Gaisford was in Rhyll, North Wales this morning and Jonathan Swain was in Belfast.
Weather for the week ahead starts very much as we left the weekend but overnight tonight it will turn very stormy with showers sweeping across the country.
The reason for this is the remnants of hurricane Gonzalo... So what can we expect from rush hour tomorrow and what's in store for the rest of the week? Laura has all the details...
Laura Tobin brings us Monday's weather, and it's a bright and breezy start with some cloud and showers on their way. Watch her report to find out more.