The vicious winds from Storm Doris have whipped up the sea at Blackpool, making the seafront look as if it's been snowing.
Local authorities on the Isle of Man have responded to calls relating to Storm Doris' devastating effects on roads and homes.
Isle of Man Constabulary have posted via Twitter and Facebook requests for people who wish to report incidents to the Department of Infrastructure on 672000 - they have also Tweeted that they are experiencing a high level of calls.
Pulrose Road has been closed by police due to part of Douglas Power Station's roof cladding becoming unhinged.
Power lines in Peel, Castletown, East Baldwin, Onchan amongst other areas of the island have gone down, with Manx Utilities stretched with attending to different areas.
Flights to and from Ronaldsway Airport have been cancelled, and the sailing from Heysham Port at 14:15 has also been cancelled.
Police are advising the public to stay indoors and not to make any unnecessary journeys.
To stay updated on any issues affecting your area of the island during the storm, visit the following pages:
While Merseyside has borne the brunt of Storm Doris so far, Manchester has not escaped.
Westinghouse Road in Trafford Park is blocked after a tree fell across the carriageway.
Fire crews are trying to remove it.
Thousands of people have been left without power as Storm Doris brought down power lines and affected supply.
Liverpool council is asking residents to avoid all of the city's parks during Storm Doris, because of the risk of falling trees.
Trees have been blown down across Merseyside:
One of the more bizarre results of the high winds brought by Storm Doris has been trampolines blown out of people's gardens.
Sam Randles in Dovecot captured this of a trampoline blown out of a neighbour's garden.
Steve's neighbour in Liverpool got an unexpected trampoline in his garden.
Daisy's trampoline was a casualty of the wind along with her garden fence.
Emergency services are in Bromborough Village in Wirral after roof tiles were blown onto the high street.
The road remains closed while repairs are made. Strong winds and heavy rain have caused disruption across Merseyside as Storm Doris hits the region.
Strong winds from Storm Doris have brought down another tree in Cheshire.
Ellesmere Port police say they've had reports of trees down in Willaston, Neston and Ledsham.
They're encouraging people to only travel if necessary.