Storm Ciarán hit the UK, the Channel Islands and parts of Europe, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flooding.
The Met Office has issued a red warning for wind and rain along the south coast of England.
More than 300 schools were closed across the region, while major incidents were declared in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Jersey.
Thousands of people were evacuated to hotels throughout the night after winds blowing at 160 kilometers per hour uprooted trees and damaged houses in Jersey.
The Grand Hotel on St Helier was damaged when canopies were ripped off by winds blowing across the island in the early hours of the morning.
Storm causes damage across southern England; High winds and rain are affecting many transportation routes.
According to the Environment Agency, flooding is expected in 82 major cities, mostly along the south coast.