Britain is braced for strong gusts as the remnants of Hurricane Lorenzo smash into the UK.
The Met Office issued weather warnings for wind are in place for some part of the South West today (Friday).
Met Office forecasters are warning of the possibility homes could be flooded and say driver should take extra precaution while on the road.
Much of the wet weather has been caused by the passing of Hurricane Lorenzo.
While Lorenzo should have swept across the UK by tomorrow, torrential rainfall and strong winds are expected to continue for almost a week.
Two weeks’ worth of rain could hit parts of the UK on Sunday as a band of rain from the Atlantic moves over Britain.
Brits face a drenching on Monday as well, with 20mm of rain predicted in west England and up to 40mm over sections of Wales.
Storm Lorenzo whipped up frighteningly powerful winds of 165mph as it blasted its way across the north Atlantic.