Where are the weather warnings?
Is it going to snow where I live?
A second yellow warning for wind and snow covers much of Scotland and Northern Ireland from 1pm on Wednesday until 3pm on Thursday - with up to 10cm of snow likely at even low levels and the possibility of 70mph gusts on coasts. Heavy snow showers are expected, with strong winds with lightning affecting some places.
Will it flood my house?
The Environment Agency (EA) is urging people in parts of Yorkshire, especially those along the River Ouse, to be prepared for flooding. As of 5.30am on Wednesday morning, there were 67 flood warnings and 72 flood alerts.
Power cuts: will our electricity be cut off?
Storms Dudley, Eunice and Franklin left 1.4 million households without electricity, some for up to 72 hours, while dozens of properties near the River Severn were evacuated.
Two severe flood warnings, meaning there is a danger to life, have been issued for the River Severn at the Wharfage in Ironbridge and in Wribbenhall, Bewdley, where levels could overtop the defences, the agency said.