A storm with hurricane-force winds and heavy rain has killed at least seven people and caused severe travel disruption across northern Europe.
In Austria, the city of Salzburg near the German border was hit by the storm on Tuesday.
Public broadcaster ORF reported that more than 400 firefighters worked for hours to remove fallen trees from crushed cars and roads. They also had to remove a huge metal roof that was blown off a building. No one was injured, ORF reported.
Deaths due to the fierce storm were reported in Poland, Sweden, the UK, Slovenia, Germany and the Czech Republic.
In northern Bavaria, where a gust of over 100mph was recorded, the storm produced a record amount of electricity being fed into the German grid from wind turbines, equivalent to almost 44 nuclear power plants.
In north east Germany, a new storm was expected to reach the Baltic coast. The German Weather Service also forecast heavy rains for most of the country as well as for France and Belgium.
In England and Scotland, the Met Office national weather agency still had 85 flood warnings in force as torrential rains caused numerous rivers to overflow their banks.