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  1. Updates for Monday: How Imogen left her trail of destruction across the South West

    Thanks to everybody who has sent us photographs of Storm Imogen today. We'll leave you with this huge wave crashing over rocks at Port Isaac. 

    Port Isaac

    And this photo of Portreath taken by Peter Sincock from Camborne.

    Portreath

    BBC Local Live will return at 08:00 on Tuesday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Porthleven under siege from Storm Imogen

    BBC News UK

    The seaside village of Porthleven in Cornwall once again cowers under the power of the waves unleashed by Storm Imogen which has battered the South West coast. 

    Porthleven

    The Met Office says winds have peaked across southern England, but very strong gusts will continue overnight.

  3. School to remain closed after severe gales blew roof off

    Cape Cornwall School in St Just has remained closed all day after part of its sports hall roof blew off in high winds.

    The school will be closed again tomorrow, affecting 400 pupils.

    Cape Cornwall School
  4. Weather latest: Gales remaining overnight, more rain and high winds tomorrow

    The winds will gradually ease tonight, however local coastal gales will remain. It'll be a mainly dry night but isolated showers are likely in the north and west. Minimum Temperature: 2 Deg C. 

    Weather graphic

    Tuesday will be a cold and windy day with further gales likely, especially over high ground like Exmoor. There'll be a mixture of scattered heavy wintry showers and sunny spells, with the showers becoming less frequent later. Maximum Temperature: 6 Deg C.

  5. Police repeat warnings for public to stay away from coast

    Claire Hawke

    BBC Local Live

    The police are urging people not to put their lives at risk by going wave watching around Devon and Cornwall.

    Sergeant Mark Ruston has taken to twitter after a conference to warn the public that being hit by a wave is described as "being hit by a lorry."

  6. Travel latest for Devon and Cornwall

    BBC Travel

    - Strong winds, with gusts of more than 70mph, have brought down power lines and numerous trees, causing widespread disruption to traffic across Devon and Cornwall.

    - In Cornwall, fallen scaffolding has blocked Ulalia Road in Newquay between Narrowcliff and Hilgrove Road.

    - The A361 near Landkey in Devon is partially blocked due by an overturned vehicle.  

    - On the trains, delays of up to an hour are expected between Exeter St Davids and Taunton until 18:30.

    - In Exeter, Marsh Barton Road is closed under the railway bridge due to flooding.

    -  A broken-down bus has blocked one lane of the A377 Alphington Road in Exeter, near Marsh Barton Road. 

  7. News headlines for Devon and Cornwall

    Lynne French, BBC News Online

    - Last-minute sea defences are being put in place in Perranporth as waves described as "absolutely monumental" batter the South West coast

    - An RSPCA inspector has not been seen since he was called out to rescue seabirds stranded on rocks near Penzance on Sunday

    - Storm Imogen has brought down power lines, leaving thousands of homes, schools and businesses without electricity in Devon and Cornwall

    - Gusts of up to 80mph have been recorded, causing widespread travel disruption

    - Passengers on Cross Country's Penzance to Glasgow service were stranded for hours after the train hit a fallen tree near Bodmin Parkway

    - Train services in Devon have been halted "as a precaution" by Network Rail, amid fears a storm-damaged tree could fall on the line between Tiverton and Exeter

    - The Environment Agency has nearly 60 flood warnings and alerts in force

  8. Flood clear up continues

    BBC Spotlight

    Storm Imogen has brought flooding to minor roads across the region. In the South Hams, council teams have been trying to clear blocked drains. More on Spotlight on BBC1 at 1830.

  9. 'Monumental' sea conditions hitting Cornwall's coast

    Miles Davis

    BBC News Online

    Last-minute sea defences are being put in place in an attempt to protect the coast in Cornwall from ferocious weather conditions.

    Duncan Struggles from the Environment Agency said the wave conditions are "absolutely monumental" and there was a "severe risk to life".

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    The Watering Hole in Perranporth was flooded in the storms of January 2014 and is now shoring up the sand ahead of high water at around 17:00.

  10. Storm Imogen turns car park into desert at Fistral in Newquay

    BBC Spotlight

    The car park at Fistral beach in Newquay resembles a desert as sand is swept inland.

    Fistral
  11. Storm Imogen causes Brixham landslip

    Torquay Herald Express

    Heavy rain has caused a landslip in Brixham, bringing tonnes of rocks crashing down near flats.

    The rocks tumbled from the 70ft cliff face on Overgang Road opposite Brixham Yacht Club and landed near the flats in Dolphin Court.

  12. Limited train services resuming in Cornwall

    BBC Spotlight

    Some train services into Cornwall are resuming after engineers removed a tree that crashed down across the tracks near Bodmin, damaging a Penzance to Glasgow CrossCountry train.

    Jonathan Salisbury

    Stranded passengers were switched to a coach instead.

    Jonathan Salisbury, who was travelling to Sheffield when the accident happened, described it as: "One of those things. Train hits tree and we all wait around... it was companionable and the staff were very good."