The naming of storms by the Met Office has created a bigger interest in the UK's weather
So far we have been blown around by Frank, Gertrude and Henry among others.
But which names are next on the list?
The Met Office decided to start naming storms in concert with the Irish meteorological service Met Éireann in 2015, in an effort to increase awareness of severe weather and boost safety.
Storms are given names selected from a pool submitted by the public, running from A-W, missing out Q, U, X, Y and Z, in line with US hurricane naming convention.
A-Z of UK storm names 2015/16:
Abigail (10 November 2015)
Barney (16 November 2015)
Clodagh (Clo-da) (28 November 2015)
Desmond (4 December 2015)
Eva (22 December 2015)
Frank (28 December 2015)
Gertrude (28 January 2016)
Henry (30 January 2016)