Roofs may be at risk from damage in south-west England and south Wales as storm Eunice approaches.
A severe weather warning has been upgraded to red – the highest level – for parts of south-west England and south Wales on Friday, meaning there is a danger to life from flying debris.
The Met Office warned Storm Eunice could bring gusts of up to 90mph, causing significant disruption.
Damage to homes, train cancellations and power cuts are also likely, it said.
It covers the coastline of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, as well as the south coast of Wales.
A lower amber warning for wind remains in place for the rest of Wales and most of England as far north as Manchester, from 05:00 until 21:00 on Friday.
After this storm has passed you may want to have your roof inspected to check for any missing lead flashing, missing or damaged tiles.