Satellite images reveal 95mph winds, which have already claimed the life of a woman in Wolverhampton, are going to pummel the UK with snow and rain for the foreseeable future.
The amazing images, from the University of Dundee Satellite Receiving Station, depict how the eye of the storm is swirling across Britain – forcing homes to be evacuated, roads, railways and airports to close and causing mighty trees to topple onto cars.
Storm Doris is battering the UK and these satellite images show the extent of the weather bomb
Storm Doris has already claimed the life of one person as it sweeps across Britain
Storm Doris has caused thousands of homes to be without power
Satellite images show there is not a single part of the UK unaffected by Storm Doris' mayhem, with the epicentre of the storm currently looming large over the East Midlands.
Emergency services confirm a Wolverhampton woman died after suffering severe head injuries in the gales.
About 2,700 homes and businesses are without electricity in Northern Ireland after trees fell on overhead lines.
Devastation as Storm Doris leaves ONE dead Thu, February 23, 2017
Storm Doris is causing disruption across the UK today
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Men recover an overturned gritting lorry near Balfron Station
A woman has died after suffering severe head injuries as a result of falling debris in Wolverhampton
Heavy snow in Scotland has brought much of the nation's transport links to a standstill.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice affecting northern England, the Midlands, Northern Ireland and Scotland on Friday.