Storm Eunice has battered Nottinghamshire and the rest of the country with high winds, causing disruption and damage for people everywhere.
In Nottinghamshire, trains were cancelled and roads blocked as trees fell down amid the extremely fast wind gusts on Friday, February 18.
The Met Office had issued an amber weather warning for the region which ends at 9pm on February 18.
But what does the picture look like for over the weekend?
Well, the good news is that there are currently no weather warnings affecting Nottinghamshire.
This is a far cry from midweek where multiple warnings were issued for Storm Dudley and then Storm Eunice.
But there may be a lot of rain – and more high winds – for Nottingham residents to deal with.
Saturday, February 18
Saturday will see winds much lower than those seen during the peak of Storm Eunice, according to the Met Office.
The strongest winds Nottingham will see is 28mph at around 3pm, the experts predict. This is a far cry from the 56mph gusts seen on Friday afternoon.
It will be a clear start to the day, however, this is expected to change to heavy rain at around 11am.
The afternoon and evening should be cloudy but relatively dry and calm, with temperatures staying at around 4C.
Sunday, February 19
Sunday will see higher wind gusts than those experienced the day before.
They may reach 46mph by 6pm, and stay above 40mph for most of the day.
Heavy rain is also forecasted from 6am until 6pm, changing to showers overnight.
It will be slightly warmer, with temperatures reaching 11C by 12pm, with a 90% chance of precipitation.
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