Merseyside has been issued another severe weather warning for strong winds today, less than 24 hours after the region was battered by strong winds.
This dramatic footage filmed by one of our readers shows New Brighton taking a battering by Storm Eleanor.
Storm Eleanor has bought chaos to parts of Northern Ireland overnight, leaving thousands without power and coastal areas flooded due to storm surges.
Parts of Merseyside have been issued flood alerts tonight as coastal areas can expect storm surges.
Popular promenades on Wirral will be closed tonight as Storm Eleanor bares down on Merseyside.
During the early hours of Wednesday winds of up to 60 mph are expected, with some more exposed or coastal locations seeing potential gusts of up to 80 mph.
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The Met Office has issued Merseyside a severe weather warning for strong winds throughout the whole of Wednesday.
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