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.
Good Morning Britain's Sean Fletcher is off to Orlando in November and 100 viewers will be joining him. We had over 28,000 entries to our Breakfast in America competition, and this week he's surprising some of the the 50 winners.
The winners plus one companion will jet off with British Airways from London Gatwick airport on Monday 17th November for a 6 night stay in either Disney's Port Orlean resort or Universal's Cabana Beach resort.
The winner and a companion will also get a one day passes to Walt Disney Resorts Florida and a one day pass to Universal's Orlando parks. They will also have free time to relax, chill out and visit some other Orlando attractions.
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.
Screening for Ebola will begin today at Gatwick airport with checks on arrivals from 'at risk' countries.
The International Development Secretary will fly to Sierra Leone later with 100 army medics who'll train health workers there.
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.
Fallen Paralympian star Oscar Pistorius will find out whether he is to spend the next 15 years of his life behind bars for killing of his former girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
The South African athlete was found guilty of manslaughter (or culpable homicide as it is called in South Africa) last month and could be behind bars until his 40s.
Culpable homicide has a wide sentencing scope in South Africa. He could walk away with a fine and community service or spend up to 15 years in prison.
Pistorius' defence are asking for a three-year community service sentence because: