Though peak winds have abated in most areas this morning, the aftermath of Storm Callum is still being felt around Ireland, and especially in coastal counties.
Both Met Éireann and Midland Weather Channel have issued severe weather warnings ahead of Storm Callum's arrival in Ireland tonight.
Western Power Distribution said more than 950 homes had been left without electricity in south-west England and almost 100 were without power in south Wales.
It comes into force from around 3am on Friday and lasts through until midnight.
Network Rail is anticipating significant rainfall on Saturday and said it would be monitoring known flood risk areas, with rapid response teams on stand by.
The main impacts for the United Kingdom will be from heavy rain across some western areas on Friday and Saturday.
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An amber warning for rain remains in place for parts of south Wales until 6pm with further flooding and power cuts expected.
At the moment, it's looking like Callum's strongest winds will stay offshore.
An orange level warning has been issued by Met Éireann for coastal counties with a yellow level warning in place for Longford and the rest of the midlands at the moment.
The high winds, combined with heavy rain, could see leaves and other debris blocking drains, making flooding more likely.
The torchlight procession for the Dunoon Mod 2018, due to take place on Friday evening, was cancelled due to the weather.
The latest warnings come days after rain and strong winds brought flooding and transport disruption to parts of Scotland on Tuesday.