Strong winds over the weekend left a trail of destruction across the east as damage was caused to property and homes.
At Acton near Sudbury in Suffolk this Cessna 172 was ripped from the ropes and weights holding it down.
The owners, Peter and Elaine Miller said. "The aircraft cartwheeled across the private landing strip before turning upside down."
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Showers will largely die away this evening and winds will decrease. Feeling chilly with clear spells. Lows of 3 deg C.
This afternoon will see squally showers- these will be occasionally heavy. Becoming very windy later with gales.
Further one in eight expect to be aged between 71 and 80 years when they finally stop work, according to survey.