Strong winds in Greater Manchester lead to more than 120 fire calls
Winds of up to 70mph led to more than 120 emergency fire call-outs within a three-hour period in Greater Manchester.
The roof was blown off a row of shops in Moorfield Avenue, Denton, flights were diverted at Manchester Airport, and trees brought down on Sunday.
Electricity North West has restored power to more than 10,000 homes with about 1,000 outstanding.
A Met Office severe weather warning for heavy rain and winds remains in place.
Gusts of up to 60mph are expected and an Environment Agency flood alert is in place on the Upper River Irwell at Oldham, Bolton, Rochdale, Haslingden, Ramsbottom and Rawtenstall.
An earlier alert on the Fleetwood to Blackpool coast is no longer in force.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service received 126 calls between 12:00 and 15:00 GMT and all 41 stations in the area were called out.
Firefighters responded to incidents including trees which had fallen onto properties and vehicles, damaged buildings and road blocks.
In Irlam Square, Salford, a 50ft (15m) tree fell on to a block of flats. A woman was treated for shock and the building was evacuated before being made safe.
Five planes were diverted from Manchester Airport as a result of the high winds.
A spokeswoman said three planes were diverted to East Midlands Airport and another two to Birmingham Airport.
An aircraft that was due to land in Leeds was diverted to Manchester.