Last night, police dealt with a fallen tree on the B4555 near Bridgnorth.
People were warned to pay attention when travelling in the area.
B4555 Bridgnorth near to Astbury Hall. Chelmarsg we have a fallen down tree. Please pay attention if travelling in the area, highways and police will be dealing.— West Mercia OCC (@WestMerciaOCC) March 12, 2019
Firefighters were also called out to a report of a vehicle abandoned in flood water at Wigwig Ford, near Much Wenlock, just before 10.50pm yesterday.
Police confirmed the owner of the vehicle was safe at home.
@SFRS_Wenlock @SFRS_Control 🚨 to a car in a river which had attempted to drive through a ford in 1 ft of fast flowing water, swept away. Please be #wateraware Hydrology: A flow of 3mph = force of 16psi, double this flow to 6mph and the force quadruples to 64psi. #RespectTheWater pic.twitter.com/9QvlwxltUS— Much Wenlock Fire Station (@SFRS_Wenlock) March 13, 2019
The Met Office has issued two yellow warnings for high winds covering Northern Ireland, Wales, most of England and the west coast of Scotland.
Gusts of up to 75mph were recorded in Scotland last night, while winds of over 60mph were seen widely across western parts of the UK in the early hours of today.
Transport For Wales Rail said that the weather would mean fewer trains able to run on the line and services between Chester and Holyhead may be cancelled or delayed.
⚠️ Due to forecasted severe weather fewer trains are able to run on the line.— Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail (@tfwrail) March 13, 2019
Train services between Chester and Holyhead may be cancelled or delayed.
Disruption is expected until 16:50 13/03.