London is slowly returning to normal following after Storm Doris hit the city on Thursday (February 23).
The capital was buffeted by strong winds and heavy rain during a day London Fire Brigade said was their busiest of 2017.
Heathrow is not reporting any delays on cancellations on Friday (February 24) morning, but rail services say there may be knock-on disruption and urge passengers to check before heading to work.
In Chiswick a tree was blown into two houses , and more trees were uprooted across west London.
A man was taken to hospital with head injuries outside Victoria Station after he was hit by flying debris , and the roof was blown off Costa coffee shop in Kilburn High Street .
Fire crews say they attended around 200 incidents related to the windy weather weather between 8am and 7pm, with LFB control officers have taken around 700 calls.
Among their call outs was to the Swedish Embassy in Marylebone, where crews were needed to secure the national flag on the building.
Around 10% of flights were cancelled at Heathrow Airport , and commuters enduring sever delays getting to and from work on public transport but a day after a Tube strike affected parts of the Underground.
The Met Office had issued an amber weather warning, and predicted gusts of wind could reach up to 80mph. On Thursday, it said a phenomenon known as a weatherbomb had formed.
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