Storm Eleanor is coming with strong winds and gusts of up to 80mph. Which are set to hit parts of the UK later, as Storm Eleanor heads for the nation’s shores.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for parts of northern England, large areas of southern Scotland and Northern Ireland from 18:00 GMT.
Disruption is expected and could be caused to transport and power supplies, and there is a risk of injury from flying debris.
Gales with gusts of 60 to 70 mph are likely, with stronger winds possible in some areas of the west coast.
Storm Eleanor is the fifth named storm to hit the UK this winter.
Meanwhile, the Environment Agency warned the combination of strong winds and high tides could cause coastal flooding in parts of the UK.
It has issued more than 40 flood warnings for the UK, meaning flooding is expected.