Storm Doris swept through the UK on 23 February, causing major disruptions across Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland, with winds reaching up to 94mph. The Met Office has declared that Storm Doris is now a "weather bomb" after an intense drop in pressure and issued an amber weather warning as the strong winds continued to cause major travel disruptions, road closures and has left thousands of homes without electricity.

The Port of Liverpool has been forced to close and a woman has been killed in Wolverhampton in an incident believed to have been caused by the storm. Scotland has been hit by heavy snow and gale force winds which have caused major incidents on its roads. In Northern Ireland around 2,700 homes and businesses are without power.

In this gallery, IBTimesUK takes a look at the effects Storm Doris has had around the UK:

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Workers recover an overturned gritting lorry near Balfron Station in Balfron, Scotland Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
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Workers recover an overturned gritting lorry near Balfron Station in Balfron, Scotland Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
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A woman clears snow with a shovel in Killearn, Scotland Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
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Snow in Scotland Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

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A pedestrians hair blows in the wind as she walk across a bridge in London Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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A commuter's hair blows in the wind as they cross London Bridge in London Jack Taylor/Getty Images
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Pedestrians have their hair blown as they walk across a bridge during in London Stefan Wermuth/Reuters