From trees blown over roads to ripped up pavements, Storm Aileen has left her mark on west London - despite no weather warning in place for the capital.
The Met Office had issued a yellow weather warning for wind and rain to many parts of the country, taking effect at 8pm on Tuesday (September 12) and remaining in place until 10am the following day.It appeared by the warning picture that the worse of the weather would avoid London, but the gusts still managed to cause significant damage
Operators South Western Railways say a specialist team were working in the early hours of the morning to remove the trees, with the tracks cleared at 6.45am.
Meanwhile, Harrow residents woke up to find an entire road blocked by a tree felled by Storm Aileen in Canons Park.
Greenery in Hounslow borough was not left untouched either, as this mess in Bedfont Road, Feltham , left by a collapsed tree reveals.
Elsewhere, the world has over the past week been shocked by images and footage of the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Irma, the most powerful storm ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean .
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