/PICTURES: Storm Brendan in Brighton after Met Office warning

PICTURES: Storm Brendan in Brighton after Met Office warning

PEOPLE have been sharing pictures and video as Storm Brendan sweeps the UK.

Some parts have experienced gusts of up to 80mph, while the vast majority of the coastline has been placed on a flood alert.

Robert Murphy-Smith sent in pictures from Hove this afternoon.

They show massive waves battering the seafront.

The Argus:

Seven flights due to land at Gatwick were diverted to other UK airports.

Trains and ferry services have also been delayed or cancelled.

The Met Office’s yellow weather warning for wind – meaning travel disruption is likely – is in place until midnight.

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It warned people should expect travel delays, large waves along coastal roads and sea fronts and power cuts.

Storm Brendan’s name was picked by the Irish meteorological service Met Éireann.

In December, Storm Atiyah swept into the UK, leading to power cuts and travel disruption in Wales and the South West.

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