Storm Imogen has battered parts of southern England with powerful winds and heavy rain. It's the latest winter storm to hit the UK.
Winds measuring more than 90 miles an hour have been recorded.
Big waves are expected along the coast of southern England and south Wales.
Some roads have been closed for safety reasons and some train companies have brought in speed limits on some journeys.
Many ferry services, which normally take passengers across the English Channel, have also been cancelled because of the weather.
There are more than 60 flood warnings in place across southern England where flooding is expected.
More than 12,000 homes are without power in parts of Southern England as well as south and mid Wales because of the storm.