Nottinghamshire County Council shares some images of trees fallen in Ruddington and other areas of the county.
Pictures: Some of the trees taken down by Storm Eunice
The weather for the next few days in wet and windy and the Met Office has issued a yellow warning for winds gusting up to 60 mph inland for the Midlands region.
Wind speeds from Storm Eunice reached up to 60 mph yesterday across Nottinghamshire though disruption wasn’t as bad as expected.
Today’s forecast :
A chilly start with bright or sunny spells. Isolated snow showers possible at first over the Peak District. Further rain, or possibly some snow, arriving during the morning. Winds increasing again, however, less windy than yesterday. Maximum temperature 7 °C.
Patchy rain, with snow on high ground, during the evening. More persistent rain, heavy at times, arriving around midnight. Winds strengthening again after midnight, with coastal gales possible by dawn. Minimum temperature 2 °C.
Remaining windy, with gales at times. Heavy rain for much of the day, then blustery wintry showers later. Starting mild, but turning colder later in the day. Maximum temperature 12 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Often windy, with gales early Monday. Wintry showers at first Monday, these easing with sunny spells developing. Mixture of rain and showers with some sunny spells Tuesday and Wednesday.