The O2 Arena, London
The promenade, Blackpool
Terraced houses, London
The A4 motorway, Wales
Snapped by the wind, Gilfach Goch, Wales
High rise buildings, London
A destroyed house, Southampton
No power, Southwick
An overturned boat, Brighton
Trees pulled up from their roots, Windsor
The sea wall at New Brighton, Liverpool
Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton
A group effort, Penzance
Trees uprooted, Waterloo, London
Windy football, Peterborough
Red weather warnings, London
Urged to stay at home, London
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The O2 Arena, London

The worst storm to hit the UK for three decades has caused a significant amount of damage. Most shockingly, Londoners have seen the O2 arena looking considerably worse-off after Eunice hit.

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The promenade, Blackpool

The Met Office had issued two rare, red weather warnings for the South and South West of England on Friday 18th February, as Storm Eunice made landfall. Much of the rest of the UK was under amber and yellow warnings with winds up to 100 mph, rain and snow expected.

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Terraced houses, London

On Kilburn Park Road in north west London, debris litters the ground in London as the rooftops of three houses were torn off during storm Eunice.

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The A4 motorway, Wales

A lorry was overturned on the M4 during storm Eunice on February 18, 2022 in Margam, Wales. The Met Office issued a rare red weather warning for parts of South Wales with winds exceeding 90mph expected. All of Wales rail services were suspended and most schools will close.

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Snapped by the wind, Gilfach Goch, Wales

A 300ft wind-turbine completely snapped at the Pant-y-Wal wind farm on February 17 in Gilfach Goch, Wales.

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High rise buildings, London

Back to the capital, covered buildings struggled in the gale-force winds. Some walkways had been closed for safety in case the roofs fly off.

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A destroyed house, Southampton

Incredibly, part of a flat roof from a nearby block of flats was blown off and landed on a house in Bitterne, Southampton. So far there has been a recorded four deaths in the UK due to storm Eunice.

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No power, Southwick

Fallen trees have been causing mayhem in the UK, with many left without power. Weather warnings were issued and these images make it clear that the storm has affected daily life for thousands.

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An overturned boat, Brighton

The coast of the UK was hit hard. Here, a boat was blown upside down on Brighton seafront on February 18. The damage the storm has cost to insurance companies is estimated at £300m, according to Sky News on 19th February.

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Trees pulled up from their roots, Windsor

This tree had been wrenched out of a concrete and asphalt pavement by the storm near the River Thames in Windsor. A show of the power and force of Eunice.

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The sea wall at New Brighton, Liverpool

Before Eunice, there was Dudley. A red alert was declared for Storm Eunice which arrived in the early hours of Friday 18th February in the wake of Storm Dudley. These are the waves created by high winds and spring tides hitting the sea wall at New Brighton promenade in Liverpool.

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Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton

One of the UK's most distinguishable landmarks, the storm waves broke hard against the Brighton Palace Pier on February 18.

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A group effort, Penzance

People have come together to try to clear the devastation caused by story Eunice. Here, council workers and members of the public attempt to clear a fallen tree from the A394 road on February 18 near Penzance.

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Trees uprooted, Waterloo, London

It's not just the country lanes which have suffered notable wreckages. Trees in the capital have also been uprooted. This image was taken near Waterloo station in the midst of the storm on February 18.

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Windy football, Peterborough

A corner flag could barely stand up straight, blowing in the strong winds prior to the Sky Bet Championship match between Peterborough United and Reading at Weston Homes Stadium. Six professional first-team matches in England have been postponed so far.

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Red weather warnings, London

People struggled to walk in the wind as they walk across Westminster Bridge, near the Houses of Parliament in central London. Britain put the army on standby Friday and schools closed as forecasters issued two rare "red weather" warnings of "danger to life" from fearsome winds and flooding due to the approaching storm Eunice.

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Urged to stay at home, London

People struggle to walk with the winds across London Bridge. Trees fell and many damages have occurred in the wind. Storm Eunice negatively impacted daily life as authorities urged people to "stay at home" except in emergencies.

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