And that concludes our live coverage of Storm Ciara and its aftermath, for today.
Tonight, further snow and strong winds are expected in Scotland and Northern Ireland, as yellow weather warnings are due to remain in place until 23:59 GMT tomorrow.
Heavy snow showers and icy surfaces could lead to travel disruption in the north west of England, under a yellow weather warning in place until 23:59 GMT tomorrow.
A quick recap if you missed today's updates:
- A 58-year-old man has died after a tree fell on his car in Hampshire on Sunday
- Power has been restored to 98% of the 413,000 homes and businesses that suffered outages due to the extreme weather
- The government activated its emergency weather funding scheme for areas in the north of England that have been badly hit by flooding caused by Storm Ciara
- Wintry conditions hit parts of Scotland, while two people were rescued from a car trapped in flood waters in Northern Ireland
- In North Wales, roads became impassable because of heavy snow brought on by Storm Ciara
- A sinkhole opened up in Rochdale, in Greater Manchester, and residents had to be evacuated after a car plunged into another sinkhole in Essex.
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