Hurricane Younis wreaked havoc across the UK today – but it did not stop partygoers from making the most of Friday night.
Trees were uprooted and roofs were blown off buildings as the country experienced a record 122 miles per hour during the worst winter storm of a generation.
However, as the strong winds blew, the British dressed for the night in the city.
Temperatures have dropped in parts of Yorkshire and snow is expected.
Even so, Leeds students left their coats at home for one night in the city.
Despite the cold of February, four friends were seen wearing tattered clothes and miniskirts.
A little girl dressed in white made a small discount for the season, carrying a black umbrella for the evening.
Welcoming the city’s nightspot climbers, Pryzm, Mint and The Warehouse are set to open soon.
In Birmingham, a group of eight friends with a broken green umbrella walked towards the bars on Broad Street.
Across the UK, the red ‘life-threatening’ weather warning has officially ended.
However, there is a short respite, with three more days of alerts.
The storm will be followed by eight inches of snow, freezing snow and winds of up to 80 mph.
In some areas the temperature will drop to -1C overnight.
This is followed by a new yellow warning for the vast majority of Scotland and snow below England.
Snowfall on the East Coast will be avoided – but residents south of Stoke-on-Trent are urged to exercise caution.
This warning is valid until 9 a.m. tomorrow.
There is also a separate yellow alert for the south wind between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. tomorrow.
The warning covers South Wales, parts of the western country and the entire south coast.
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This will only add to the suffering for the British who have been most affected by Younes, especially in the Isle of Wight, which has seen the worst of the storm.
On Sunday, yellow wind warnings were issued for Scotland and parts of the northwest, while a rain alert was issued between Carlisle and Backwell in Derbyshire.
And on Monday, another yellow alert will be issued for winds in Scotland and the North West.
The UK will finally be free of bad weather this afternoon.
“Unfortunately, more wet and windy weather is expected this weekend, but not on the scale of Hurricane Younes,” said Eden McGuire of the Met Office.
“As soon as the storm subsides, the northwesterly wind will bring rain, hail, snow and ice to the north,” he said. White matter will also fall in northern Wales and the Midlands.
The temperature will drop as the wind blows.
Saturday will bring a bright and cool start, especially in the north.
Further south, rain at 60 mph will follow in the afternoon.
Destructive winds and rain are expected again on Sunday.
Mr McGovern said: “The winds are getting stronger at the end of the day.
“For the northern parts of the country – Northern England, Scotland, Northern Ireland – there is a danger of moving at 50 to 60 miles per hour inland and 70 to 80 miles per hour around exposed beaches and hills. . “
Sadly, three British and one Irish citizen were killed today.
A 30-year-old woman, who was traveling in a car, was killed when a tree fell on her car in Haranga, London.
A man in his 30s, who was behind the wheel, was taken to hospital. His injuries are not considered fatal.
In Hampshire, a 20-year-old man was killed and another seriously injured when a 10-foot-tall tree fell on Market Town Alton.
A 50-year-old man was killed when debris from a car’s windscreen crashed into a Mercy Side.
And in Wexford, a man died in the 60’s when he was crushed by a tree while clearing debris.