Northern Ireland and sections of England, Wales and Scotland were battered by the first Met Office dubbed storm of the season on Wednesday.
Storm Ali knocked a woman off her feet in Spacious Orme, in northern Wales, as the powerful winds and heavy rain hit.
In the outrageous footage, the woman was crossing the road with a traffic sign, when she was discharged off her feet onto the floor.
Storm Ali smashed into Britain in the untimely hours of Wednesday morning before sweeping across the country.
At least two people have been killed as a result of the threatening stormy conditions.
A man has died and another was injured when a tree flatten on them as they worked in a country park in Northern Ireland.
A helpmate was also killed after a caravan was blown off a cliff in Ireland. The sweetie in her fifties was found on a beach after the winds picked up her caravan at 7.45am on Wednesday.
Pieces of North West Wales have been hit by 50-60mph winds with a blow of 74mph recorded in Capel Curig.
We are likely to see some dangerous conditions with concur with trees and flying branches
An amber endure warning was set in place between 8am to 6pm on Wednesday as Storm Ali moved towards Britain.
The nationwide weather service warned debris flying could endanger perseveres.
Met Office chief forecaster Laura Paterson said: “Storm Ali is believed to bring a spell of very strong winds to northern parts of the UK by Wednesday, particularly Northern Ireland, central and southern Scotland and the far northwest of England.
“As this is the to begin spell of very strong winds of the season, and given that most trees are tranquillity in full leaf, we are likely to see some dangerous conditions with break up trees and flying branches and other debris likely.
Storm Ali: Helpmate knocked off her feet by powerful winds
“Strong pick ups will be accompanied by heavy, squally showers.”
The Met Office outlook for Wednesday composing reads: “Strongest winds easing tonight, but remaining very voluble in the north with gales and blustery showers.
“Clear spells farther south, before heavy rain reaches Wales, central and northern England after midnight.”
Lay siege to Ali is Britain’s first named storm of the season, with storm Helene which hit Wales on Tuesday inducing taken its name from a US hurricane.