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The south east is bracing itself for Storm Brian , set to arrive on Saturday (October 21).

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for winds of between 50mph and 70mph.

Motorists, rail and plane passengers are warned to expect disruption.

Network Rail has advised some trains may run at reduced speeds on account of debris and other hazards on lines.

We'll be bringing you the latest updates, pictures and videos from the second day of the protest.

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Thank you and goodnight

We’re going to be closing the live updates for today and will keep you posted tomorrow about any overnight incidents in the area caused by Storm Brian.

Stay safe and thanks for following the blog today.

Where is Brian now?

We’ve been keeping an eye on Storm Brian for you and it looks like it’s moved on from Ireland and begun to hit north west England.

The eye of the storm is currently over the Irish Sea.

But what is a weather bomb?

The Met Office has an answer for that question.

Why are we calling it a weather bomb?

Its not us!

The Met Office are calling it that, as the area of low pressure will undertake “explosive cyclogenesis” before hitting the UK.

Thames Valley warning

If you’re venturing west out of London, Thames Valley Police have issued a warning.

Winds started from 4am today and are expected to continue and strengthen throughout the day.

They expect the wind may even cause damage to some buildings as well as disruption to road networks.

What is the storm doing to the Thames?

Storm Brian is battering the southern coast, causing huge waves, but it appears as though it wont be causing tidal waves on the south bank.

Thames Barrier Alan has tweeted that at present the storm is actually pushing the water away.

Highways England warn motorists

Highways England has warned motorists to take extra care on A roads and motorways today as Storm Brian and into Sunday morning.

Winds of up to 80mph could hit parts of England and Wales in the storm.

Tia Howarth, Highways England Operations Manager, said:

We’re encouraging drivers to check the latest weather and travel conditions before setting off on journeys, with strong winds expected throughout today and tomorrow morning.

In high winds, there’s a particular risk to lorries, caravans and motorbikes so we’d advise drivers of these vehicles to slow down and avoid using exposed sections of road if possible.

Where is he now?

Storm Brian is currently battering Ireland and swirling its way towards Wales and England.

There are no disruptions just yet but we we will continue to keep you updated as it nears.