Parts of Cornwall were battered last night by high winds and rain and many people were left without power for most of the night. And the wild weather wasn't just confined to Cornwall, there was snow on Dartmoor as well.
Fire crews were called to Plympton this lunchtime to deal with electricity cables resting on top of parked cars in Fore Street.
They found that a fallen tree had brought down the high voltage cables.
They cordoned off the area and waited until engineers from Western Power arrived.
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More than 100 homes are without power this morning in parts of Devon and Cornwall, after winds gusting upto 70 miles an hour brought down power cables. Overnight several thousand people were affected, but engineers say most homes should be reconnected later this morning.
Strong winds in Cornwall have left around 500 homes without power after cables were blown down by winds of up to 70mph.
The main areas affected are Penzance, Mousehole, Newlyn and St Buryan.
A spokesman for Western Power says they were prepared for the bad weather and brought in extra engineers to cope. They have multiple teams out dealing with around eighty separate incidents and say they will continue working until they get everyone back on.
At one point electricity supplies to the Isles of Scilly were cut but they are back on after their standby kicked in.
The weather front has now moved on but the company is now getting reports of lightning in the area, which could cause further problems.
A team from a Bristol school was the first to return home in the Ten Tors Challenge to trek across Dartmoor in Devon.
It had been a tough weekend for the 2,500 young people who took part.
Mist and fog had added to the problems of wind, rain and cold.
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More than two thousand teenagers have crossed the finish line of the annual Ten Tors Challenge. The teams of six have been hiking across Dartmoor since early yesterday morning, and camped on the moor overnight.
The event organisers say the rain and fog have made this year's conditions particularly tough.