Scotland will see a mixture of sunshine and showers today, with some showers turning wintry in places.Read the full story ›
Nowhere near as windy as yesterday but chilly and staying blustery for a while in places.Read the full story ›
A cold and perhaps frosty start, with a risk of wintry showers in the south west. Sunny spells and showers for the rest of today.Read the full story ›
The ninth named storm of the winter has battered the UK leaving devastation in its wake.
Storm Imogen brought winds of more than 90mph to British shores, leaving homes without power and causing serious injuries to people hit by flying debris.
ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers reports:
The number of homes across Devon and Cornwall without power has been increasing for most of the day.
Coastguards have hit out after schoolchildren were pictured standing on the beach as Storm Imogen hit the South coast.
The children were photographed near to the water at Hill Head in Hampshire as wind speeds up to 60mph hit the coast.
It's believed that the children were on a trip - but there concerns that their safety was put at risk as the weather conditions were so unpredictable.
Coastguard Rescue Officer Brian Graham said: "We do not recommend children of that age being that close to the waves.
"The waves are very unpredictable and no two waves break the same."
Amazing -one of the off duty coastguards just saw this group of primary school children on the beach at Salterns 1/2 https://t.co/F8vU2LDEKb