Image copyright Press Association Image caption Waves have been battering the coast of Salthill, County Galway Storm Callum has swept in, bringing 70mph winds and disruption to travel and power supplies across some parts of the UK and Ireland.An amber warning is in place across much of Wales as winds hit 72mph and hundreds of…
Storm Callum has swept in, bringing 70mph winds and disruption to travel and power supplies across some parts of the UK and Ireland.
More than 1,000 homes and businesses across Northern Ireland are also without electricity.
A number of flights have been cancelled at Belfast City, Cardiff and Dublin Airports.
Belfast International Airport has warned of potential flight delays.
In many areas, the clear-up is already underway.
Fallen trees were blocking the Tassagh Road in Keady in County Armagh and the Scarva Road heading out of Gilford in County Down, while a tree has also came down on the road at Windsor Avenue in South Belfast.
The storm has brought rain and severe gales to parts of Ireland and Wales, with the strongest gusts expected in coastal areas.
How is transport affected?
Most FlyBe flights travelling to and from Belfast City Airport between 06:00 and 09:30 BST have been cancelled.
Belfast International Airport said that while all flights are still scheduled, there may be knock-on delays.
More than 25 Aer Lingus flights travelling to and from Dublin airport have been cancelled.
Stena Line has said that the adverse weather caused a delay to its 07:30 service between Belfast and Cairnryan.
Translink has warned that the punctuality of rail services will “regretfully be adversely affected” whileArriva Trains Waleshas put on replacement bus services and cancelled some trains.
Trains are also subject to speed restrictions while the A55 Britannia Bridge between Anglesey and the Welsh mainland has been closed to high-sided vehicles, with one lane shut on the M48 Severn crossing.
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