Gales cause damage and disruption across Wales
Gales have caused damage and disruption to travel and power supplies with a large number of trees blown down.
Western Power Distribution said power had been restored to most customers after 2,500 homes were affected in 13 separate incidents across Wales.
Strong winds were expected to continue to affect exposed areas across Wales on Saturday.
Firefighters were called to deal with loose cladding at Cardiff City Stadium ahead of an important game with Fulham.
Natural Resources Wales issued eight flood alerts for north and mid Wales.
In one incident, part of a roof blew away from a Chinese takeaway, landing on cars and exposing live electrical wires at Rhydyfelin, Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taf. The scene was made safe by firefighters.
Motorists were warned to take care with emergency services reporting debris across many roads with Traffic Wales issuing updates on affected routes.
Restrictions were put in place on the M48 Severn Bridge in Monmouthshire and Anglesey's A55 Britannia Bridge and some Irish Ferries services were cancelled from Holyhead and Pembroke Dock.
About 2,000 homes were left without power on Friday night at Gilwern, near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.
And three children were injured when a tree was blown on to a bus carrying school pupils in Pontypool on Friday.