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Emergency services are dealing with dozens of incidents after trees were brought down and tiles flung from roofs.
Hurricane-force winds have wreaked havoc in West Wales after what witnesses described as a freak tornado hit the town of Aberystwyth.
TORRO, the Tornado and Storm Research Organisation, said the reports were yet to be verified but warned the cold front was moving eastwards to parts of southern and central England, bringing with it the threat of isolated tornadoes, high winds and lightning.
The Mid and West Wales fire service dealt with 25 weather-related incidents after trees crashed onto roads, power lines fell, caravans overturned and tiles were flung from roofs.