Storm Barney ripped through Nottingham on Tuesday with winds of up to 85 miles per hour leaving carnage in its wake.

Houses were damaged and trees, fences and traffic lights were brought down by the storm.

Ninety-six incidents were reported to the police and the county council with roads blocked off and crews working into the early hours of Wednesday morning to clear the debris.

Carrington Street, near the train station, was one of the worst hit areas with fences blown over and advertising boardings being ripped off buildings.

People in Nottingham are now being warned to brace themselves for more winter weather this weekend when high winds and the possibility of the snowfall being forecast.