Wind speeds close to 100mph were recorded on Friday night as Storm Arwen battered north east England.
While the red weather warning expired in the early hours of Saturday morning (27 November), the Met Office says amber and yellow warnings for wind remain in place, with the expectation of "some very strong gusts" in many areas.
At Crimdon Dene Caravan park in County Durham, a number of static holiday homes were completely destroyed as high winds ripped through the coastal spot.
Owners were left picking up the pieces after a terrifying night. People were asked to evacuate the park as a safety precaution as staff assessed the damage done.
Wind speeds hit 98mph at Brizlee Wood near Alnwick in Northumberland.
Northumberland Fire & Rescue Service said they received an unprecedented number of calls overnight with more than 100 in just five hours.
Major roads including the A66 have been closed while train and Metro services were also suspended due to debris on the lines.
There was also damage to homes as bricks and tiles were blown off houses.
The region's police forces are warning those who must travel to allow extra time for journeys and be prepared for the conditions.