Storm Dennis, one of the deepest low-pressure centres to have formed in recent years, has brought severe weather to Iceland and many western and central parts of the UK.
Some of the regions now being affected by Dennis were also hit by a preceding storm, Ciara, which brought stronger winds than Dennis but less rain. Nevertheless, rivers were already full and the ground saturated before Dennis’s arrival.
The military has been called in provide assistance in parts of northern England, where rivers have overflowed in recent days.
Click through and check out the photos. The worst waves haven’t hit land [yet?]. They’re up to 100 feet high.