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Pictures: UK hit by severe winter storm

Many roads have been closed across Scotland due to fallen trees. Wind speeds of 114 miles an hour have been recorded there.
The storm is predicted to reach London later. The Thames Barrier is going to be raised to protect the city from the expected surge of water.
Thames Barrier
Many roads have been closed across Scotland due to fallen trees. Wind speeds of 114 miles an hour have been recorded there.
A car crushed by a tree
This playground in Portstewart in Northern Ireland has been totally flooded too.
A children’s playground in Portstewart flooded with torrents of water
100,000 homes in Scotland are without power due to disruption caused by the storm. Northern Ireland Electricity says 6,500 of its customers are without power.
Waves hit a sea wall, sending spray high into the air
Councils in many areas - including Denbyshire in Wales - are making preparations to minimise flood damage. Piling sandbags in front of buildings can help to keep some of the flood water out.
A council worker piles sandbags in front of a building
The seaside town of Blackpool has been battered by high tides. Debris from the sea has been strewn across the road.
Debris from the sea is strewn across the road after a high tide in Blackpool, north west England, on December 5, 2013 as high winds hit the north of England and Scotland.
Parts of the UK have been battered by strong winds and heavy rain. Here in Northern Ireland's County Antrim, the sea is sweeping over the coast road.
High winds and the sea batter the Antrim coast road, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
This morning all trains in Scotland were cancelled as a precaution. Trains in the Coventry area were delayed after a gazebo (a kind of garden tent) blew onto the tracks.
Train station sign reading 'all services now cancelled'.
A woman and her dog are rescued by an RNLI lifeboat crew, after her house is hit by flooding in Rhyl, North Wales.
A woman and her dog are rescued by the RNLI or Royal National Lifeboat Institute, from floods as heavy seas and high tides sweep across the country, in Rhyl, Wales