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15 October 2018, 12:26 | Tara Lloyd
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If officially named by Met Office and Met Eireann, Friday's storm will be the third of the season and be named Storm Callum.
They warn of "strong southeast, veering southwest, coinciding with high spring tides on Thursday night and Friday morning".
Rivers, including the Towy in Wales, burst their banks and homes were left without power as the west of Britain was lashed with rainfall, with parts of south-Wales severely affected, with images showing towns partially submerged across the region.
Several flights have been cancelled out of Dublin and Belfast due to the storm.
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Met Éireann has already issued a Status Orange warning for the country's coastal counties as the Atlantic weather system approaches.
The ESB said that a peak of around 60,000 homes, farms and businesses were without power at around 4am yesterday, which was reduced to 30,000 by 7am.
Flooding and falling trees have seen major disruption across most rail services in Wales, while trains in Devon and Cornwall are also likely to be delayed.
The amber warning remains in place until 6pm on Saturday, while the broader yellow rain and wind warnings that include parts of north-west and south-west England, western Scotland and Northern Ireland will remain in place until midnight on Friday.
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