A video showing a plane struggling to land before ultimately aborting the attempt has revealed the extent to which Storm Clodagh is battering the country.
Storm Clodagh brought gales of 70mph on Sunday, leading to fallen trees and travel disruption across the UK.
The Met Office warned of a risk of "localised disruption to travel" to continue on Monday due to wind speeds.
One particularly shocking piece of footage showed a passenger ferry which had broken free of its moorings spinning in the waves in North Shields.
The Environment Agency has issued yellow flood warnings for Wales and the north of England for the next two days, with between 3 and 5 inches of rain expected in some areas, according to the Press Association.
The average for Wales for the month of November is 6.3 inches, according to forecaster Marco Petagna.
He said: "We're going to see three-quarters of that fall in just one or two days.
"It is generally going to remain unsettled across the UK over the next couple of days."
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There are three flood warnings - when the Environment Agency expects flooding to occur - issued for the River Ouse in north Yorkshire, Keswick Campsite in Cumbria and Felixstowe Ferry & Bawdsey Quay in Suffolk.