Yesterday morning 3,200 homes were still without power in north-east Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. By last night all but 1,000 of them had been reconnected.
And homes that were left without power due to Storm Arwen 12 days ago were finally back on the grid.
Strong winds continued to batter the west of England and Wales yesterday, where speeds of 86mph were recorded in Aberdaron, Gwynedd.
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