Storm Bronagh was the second storm of the 2018/19 storm season. It brought gusts up to 78 mph to parts of England and Wales.
Storm Bronagh was named on 20 September with strong winds forecast particularly for the southern half of the UK.
It brought widespread strong winds and heavy rain, with the strongest gusts being recorded across the hills and coasts of England and Wales.
|Site name||Area||Max gust (mph)|
|Needles||Isle of Wight||78|
|Mumbles Head||West Glamorgan||63|
|Isle of Portland||Dorset||61|
|Emley Moor||West Yorkshire||60|
Storm Bronagh impacts
Storm Bronagh brought flooding in parts of Wales and Yorkshire as well as some disruption to power supplies and channel ferry crossings. Fallen trees also led to some rail delays and cancellations.