Gale force winds have left 1,700 homes and businesses without power, mainly in the west of the country.
Snow, rain and wind are set to continue to batter the United Kingdom this weekend as Storm Erik rages on through Saturday.
A kitesurfer has died after getting into difficulty in high winds on a beach in north Devon as Storm Erik battered the United Kingdom for a second day.
Meteorologist Simon Partridge from the Met Office, said: 'A bit of a mixed bag this Sunday morning.
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There will also be further wintry showers across the Northern Isles and into the far north of Scotland.
After seeing the video, Senior First Officer Scott Bateman explained the steps taken by the pilots, Scott tweeted, "It's a particularly challenging day at #Heathrow with gusty winds".
On Friday morning a 50-year-old man died on the A384 in Buckfastleigh, Devon, and in Wales a van driver was killed after he collided with a fallen tree on the B4306 between Pontyberem and Llannon in west Wales.
Elsewhere, the Welsh and Cornish coasts could see winds of 55mph, while along the coast of southern England gusts could reach 50mph.
BBC News NI weather presenter Cecilia Daly said that Erik was the sixth named storm of the season.
Met Office forecaster Simon Partridge said, despite the rise in temperatures next week, "we've certainly not had the last cold spell of winter".