Devon County Council say their their highways teams have been busy overnight because of strong winds and heavy rain.
The County was hit by storms yesterday with gales of up to 60mph and downpours affecting local roads.
The Council’s Highway Operations Control Centre dealt with reports of more than 50 trees and branches down and eight flooding incidents between yesterday afternoon and this morning [Friday].
The County Council says all major roads are now open but branches and debris may still be affecting minor roads. People are being warned to drive with care, particularly on rural roads where some problems may not yet have been reported.
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