In pictures: Hampshire and Isle of Wight hit by storm
Images of storm damage after gale-force winds batter Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
High winds lashed Hampshire and the Isle of Wight into Monday morning. A small cliff fall in Sandown damaged beach huts below, a scene which was captured by Terry Richards.
Peter Richardson photographed a tree which had been blown down in The Avenue, Southampton. He said he was "pretty sure it shouldn't be here".
Trees took the brunt of the high winds. Seb Stannard photographed one which was blocking Cheriton Road in Winchester.
Alisha Hutchinson captured the effects of the high winds on the sea, photographing the waves around the Needles, Isle of Wight, where the Met Office recorded a gust of 99mph (159km/h).
Taylor Burrell woke to find an oak tree had been brought down in the high winds outside his home in Bursledon.
Parts of the region also saw flash flooding, including in High Street, Winchester, where Mick Craze photographed an overflowing drain.
As the storm passed, John Legg photographed a rainbow which emerged over Woodside Park, Lymington.
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