Storm Eunice has done its best to batter Wales overnight. Winds in excess of 90mph have been forecast with potential risk to property and life as a result as the red warning storm continues throughout the day.
Over 7,000 homes have been left without electricity including in Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. There have been a number of incidents on the roads including a lorry overturning on the M4.
The majority of schools in Wales have closed, all trains have been cancelled and significant damage and disruption is expected throughout the day.
Storm Eunice arrived in Ceredigion in the early hours of this morning, Friday (Feb 18.) Residents had been warned to stay indoors and the First Minister issued a statement on Thursday asking people to stay safe. Schools were closed as a precaution across the county and transport services were disrupted. Some road closures are in place across the county as the winds continue to batter the coast.
In Aberystwyth the main road along the promenade was closed with just a handful of photographers out trying to get a winning shot of the waves. Aberystwyth has been hit hard in recent months with storms causing damage to the promenade. Property owners have placed sandbags in doorways as a precaution. People will be hoping that Storm Eunice will pass by quickly without leaving so much damage in her wake.