Along with a spell of heavy rain and high tides there is a risk of coastal flooding and damage.
The highest speeds were recorded on the Isles of Scilly in the early hours of Friday morning, while 60mph gales were recorded in Camborne in Cornwall and Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire.
The storm has caused severe power cuts that have largely affected southwest Ireland.
Rail services to Drogheda, Dundalk and Belfast have been suspended because of a tree on the line at Donabate in Dublin.
Heavy downpours are forecast throughout Britain after thousands of homes were left without power yesterday due to adverse conditions.
Met Eireann announced that weather warnings for the west and northwest coast would remain in place today until 5pm. Winds mostly moderate southeasterly tonight but remain fresh to strong in some coastal areas.
The Environment Agency has issued flood warnings for parts of the Dorset coast, as well as 58 flood alerts across England, while Natural Resources Wales has 28 flood warnings and 39 flood alerts in place.Читайте также: Judge Dismisses Sexual Assault Count Against Harvey Weinstein
Met Éireann also shared this footage taken by Ireland's Marine Institute, which is only a few meters away from their weather station in Ballymullet.
There are no reported power outages across the county - as well as no major obstructions or debris reported across the road network.
The rain will continue from today into Saturday with over 100mm expected in places. "That's quite a substantial amount of rain to come and could bring flooding".
The Met Office issued an amber warning for heavy rain in south Wales until 18:00 BST on Saturday.
Meanwhile winds of 50 to 60mph are expected widely in warning area, with gusts expected to peak at 70mph in the most exposed parts.
The latest warnings come days after rain and strong winds brought flooding and transport disruption to parts of Scotland on Tuesday.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.