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She said the Met Office does not name storms until it is confident about where the storm will go and how strong the winds will be.11.22am: More than 130 trees cleared on Isle of Man Emergency services have removed more than 130 trees from roads in the Isle of Man, after Ophelia caused travel chaos on the island.

Police spokesman Sergeant Alan Shimmin said: "I am grateful to the public for heeding our advice regarding not making unnecessary journeys.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has issued four flood alerts and 16 more serious flood warnings.

People living in the shaded areas below are expected to bear the brunt of the flooding.7.12am: Portions of UK face lingering Ophelia threat The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for parts of northeast England and eastern Scotland as ex-Hurricane Ophelia move away from the British Isles.

An eerie yellow sky and red sun were seen in parts of England yesterday, caused by Saharan dust carried by Ophelia.

Bringing you the latest news on Ex-Hurricane Ophelia live and 24/7, with path updates, track maps, weather models and forecasts from the NOAA, Met Office and Met Éireann. 2.45pm: Storm Brian could be next to hit the UKForecasters have detected another tropical system developing in the Atlantic.

The remnants of Hurricane Ophelia wreaked havoc in Ireland where two men and a woman have been confirmed dead.

The Ex-hurricane crossed the north of England and Scotland today gusting at speeds of 80mph.

Many roads have been closed around the Welsh coastline as Ophelia brought huge waves.7.40pm: Gerry Adams offers condolences Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has expressed his “shock and deep sadness” over the three fatalities in Ireland.

He said: “I would urge everyone to heed the advice of the emergency services and stay indoors.“And I want to commend the courage of the first responders who are risking life and limb helping those in trouble.”7.28pm: Irish hospitals to return to normal service Irish Health Minister Simon Harris says that patients with appointments for tomorrow should turn up as planned.

Mr Pyke was the second person to be killed by the storm after he went to cut up a tree which had fallen on a road between the village of Ballylooby and Cahir in the Ballybrado area of County Tipperary.

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