Strong winds and torrential rain has battered Suffolk and Essex today, bringing trees down onto cars and causing road closures.
A yellow weather warning for strong winds has been issued across East Anglia by the Met Office.
Sunseekers were out in force again today in Suffolk to make the most of soaring September temperatures, some of the warmest weather in the UK.
The Met Office has announced the names of its winter storms across the UK and Ireland in 2020/21 following a cold and wet bank holiday weekend.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms in the east of England.
Suffolk’s battering by Storm Francis looks set to continue tonight, with more high winds lasting into the early hours.
Wind speeds are set to pick up again this week - with a yellow weather warning in place in Suffolk over two days.
Forecasters are predicting further strong winds in Suffolk in the coming days, with a yellow weather warning issued.
This weekend could prove to be a real mixed bag of weather with forecasters predicting both sunshine and showers on the cards.