The roof of a supermarket in Blackpool has partially blown off in strong winds.
Devonshire Road has been closed by police while the roof at the Lidl store is secured.
Storm Doris has already reached speeds of nearly 90mph and brought down power cables and trees when it hit the mainland from 6am this morning.
The Met Office upgraded the storm to a "weather bomb" - this is when a storm rapidly deepens in the space of 24 hours.
Around 800 properties in the North West remain without electricity, as engineers from Electricity North West work to restore power.
A taxi has been damaged after Storm Doris blew down a wall.
The Aigburth suburb in Liverpool has been hit particularly hard by Storm Doris.