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Monday's UK storm: your pictures

Photo: Roger Fry

The storm that hit parts of the UK caused widespread disruption to roads, rail and air travel. It also cancelled tea at Lorrain's in Weston-super-Mare. Photo: Roger Fry

Photo: Leyton Jay

Leyton Jay took this photo of a fallen tree on the tracks in Crawley West Sussex near Three Bridges Station.

Photo: David Brogan

The high tides at Worthing Beach brought timber from the sunken ship the Ice Prince to shore. Photo: David Brogan

Photo: Gail Murray

Gail Murray took this photo of the waves before high tide in Vazon, Guernsey.

Photo: Julie Winter

Julie Winter's summer house was damaged by a fallen tree in Basildon, Essex.

Photo: Joe Parsons

Not all umbrellas are storm proof. Joe Parson took this picture of an over stuffed bin in Balham, London.

Photo: Janet Baxter

A dramatic high tide at Borth, Ceredigion. Photo: Janet Baxter.

Photo: Les Case

This incredible photo was taken by Les Case at Caerfai Bay near St David's in Pembrokeshire. Les lay on his front on the beach to take the shot. Amazingly, only his feet got wet

Photo: Grant le Marchant

Grant Le Marchant sent in this shot of high tide at Cobo Bay on the West Coast of Guernsey.

Photo: Dean Furlong

Dean Furlong's car - in his driveway in Yateley in Hampshire. If the tree had been 6 inches longer it would have gone through the roof of his house.

Photo: Allister Frost

Allister Frost sent this shot of waves crashing sea defences at Southsea. Send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. Terms & conditions at bbc.co.uk/yourpics



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