- Fierce winds reaching 78mph have battered Britain - with further severe weather expected on Sunday
- Wind warning running from 11am to 6pm today tells of strong winds, hail, heavy rain and thunderstorms
- Further warning for Sunday of up to 2in (50mm) of rain as severe conditions follow Storm Ali and Bronagh
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Blustery winds and heavy rain caused disruption across parts of Britain again today after Storm Bronagh blew in overnight with gusts of up to 78mph, with further severe conditions expected on Sunday.
Coming hot on the heels of Storm Ali, the second named storm of the year threatens to cause more travel misery in England and Wales with fallen trees and flooding blocking roads and rail routes.
The Met Office issued a wind warning from 11am to 6pm today, saying strong winds are expected to develop towards the Liverpool Bay area - and there could also be hail, heavy rain and thunderstorms.
Tomorrow may provide brief respite, but Sunday is expected to bring more severe weather - with the Met Office issuing warnings for up to 2in (50mm) of rain, fierce winds and flooding across much of England and Wales.
Bronagh brought heavy rain as it swept across the country a day after two people were killed in Ali. More than half a month's rain fell in Sennybridge in South Wales, and Sheffield saw nearly half a month's rain fall in 24 hours.
It came as the fiancée of Robert Matthew Campbell, 24, who was killed by a falling tree during Ali in Co Armagh, said the couple had been due to collect their wedding rings last night - but she will now place his in his coffin.
Mr Campbell was one of two people who died in Storm Ali on Wednesday, with the other being mother-of-three Elvira Ferrari, 56, who died when her caravan was blown down a ledge to the seashore in Co Galway.Speed restrictions are in place for many trains across the network in England and Wales due to high winds, which are forecast to reach between 45 and 50mph across much of the country, with isolated gusts of 60mph possible.
Commuters in Wales face some of the most severe delays, after Bronagh caused flooding on the lines between Machynlleth and Aberystwyth, and near Mountain Ash.
A landslip in the Dinas Rhondda area blocked the railway line between Ystrad Rhondda and Porth, and a fallen tree near Carmarthen also resulted in disruption.
A car was spotted by police in Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, floating down a river after storms brought torrential rain.
The 4x4 was seen bobbing in the river as water levels rose during Storm Bronagh. Passing police captured the car turned makeshift boat on camera. Nobody was in the vehicle at the time.
Dyfed-Powys Police tweeted: "Several calls received today due to the incredible weather conditions. Including this report of a car floating down a river in Cynghordy.
'Stay safe and only make essential journeys in this weather... And don't cross flooded fords.'
Travellers in England are also experiencing problems, particularly in the southern regions.