The remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo swept across the United Kingdom Tuesday, bringing high winds that disrupted travel and downed trees, killing at least two people.
Wind gusts reached 80 mph, the BBC reports, and the U.K. Met Office to issue a "yellow warning" -- signaling residents to be aware of potential impacts -- for windy conditions.
And that's exactly what has played out. There are multiple reports of trees downed by high winds across the region, and in central London, gusty winds caused a tree from foliage-rich Hyde Park to land on a woman walking across the street from Hyde Park Barracks. The woman was pronounced dead on the scene, according to the London Ambulance Service.
Hundreds of homes were without power across the U.K.. Up to 100 homes were without power in Moffat, Scotland, due to "extensive damage" from Gonzalo's remnants, the BBC notes. Additional power outages were reported throughout Scotland from energy provider SSE Power Distribution. Up to 140 homes in Wales were also without power, though that number was down from more than 400 after high winds and rain first impacted the area.