Wind speeds of up to 80mph have been recorded in the west as Storm Imogen blasts across the region.
ITV's Kylie Pentelow lost her hat in Clevedon because of the strong winds.
A tree has been split in half in Swindon by Storm Imogen. Strong gusts of winds have been recorded across the south west and weather warnings are in place.
Emergency services are warning people to take extra care on the roads because of the strong winds.
Weather warnings are in place as Storm Imogen brings winds of up to 80 miles per hour.Read the full story ›
Over four thousand homes are without power across Devon and Cornwall as Storm Imogen hits the south west.
Western Power says the are trying to restore all supplies by midday.
Winds of nearly 80mph have been reported at Avonmouth as Storm Imogen arrives in the west.Read the full story ›
Dartmoor search and rescue aid flood victims in York. Roads and homes are under water in the region.Read the full story ›
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Fire crews are helping pump seawater onto the cliff at Dawlish to bring down 350,000 thousand tonnes of potentially unstable rock and earth. Network Rail says the operation should prevent a potentially "catastrophic" collapse that poses a risk to workers.
The recent storms caused more than thirty landslips along the coast.
Network Rail is under pressure to finish the Dawlish repairs by the target date of 4 April 2014. The video above shows the fire crews' work in progress.