Waiting for a bus next to a fallen tree in Brentford, west London. Rail services have been cancelled across much of southern Britain this morning due to trees falling on tracks.
Braving the weather, members of the public in Dover watch large waves produced by the storm break against the harbour wall.
Workers in France remove fallen branches from a road in La Roche-Maurice. This morning 65,000 homes in France were still without electricity due to the storm.
Waves crashing over the harbour in Newhaven, east Sussex. More than 260,000 homes have lost electricity in south-west England.
The storm has headed towards the Netherlands. In Amsterdam, people look from a bridge at a tree which fell into the Herengracht canal.
The stormy winds reach France and waves crash against wind turbines. In England, winds of up to 160 kph were recorded on the Isle of Wight.
In India a man walks past the half-finished clay idols of Hindu mythological characters "Dakinis" and "Yoginis". The Hindu festival of light Diwali, and the Kali Festival will both take place this coming Saturday.
Meanwhile, in New York people mark a year since Superstorm Sandy hit the region.
As part of the 2014 Winter Olympic torch relay, a torchbearer poses in front of landmark St. Isaac"s Cathedral in St. Petersburg, Russia. The torch relay started earlier this month and will travel through all 83 of Russia's regions.
But it's not all storms! US astronaut Rick Mastracchio attends training in his spacesuit in preparation for blasting off to the International Space Station next week.