Storm Ciara PICTURES: How Sheffield was hit with roads flooded and Cineworld closed

Storm Ciara wreaked havoc in Sheffield on Sunday as the worst storm in seven years lashed the area.

Monday, 10th February 2020, 9:34 am
Storm Ciara in Sheffield

The city woke up to a maelstrom as huge trees were torn from their roots, streets and buildings were flooded and a cinema evacuated at the height of the storm.

The storm which had been preceded with an Environment Agency Amber warning built up to a peak around noon with 60mph winds and torrential rain.

And Storm Ciara proved to have yet more wind in her sails later in the evening unleashing more torrents thunder and forked lightning.

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Tree blown over at Aldam Road Totley
Cineworld at Centertainment damaged by wind.
Flooded underpass near Bramall Lane
Storm Pics. Floods at the Flouch Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Trying to stem of water in Midhopstones Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Trying to stem of water in Midhopstones Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Trying to stem of water in Midhopstones Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Floods at the Flouch Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Flooded roads at Langsett. Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Storm at Langsett Reservoir Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Storm at Langsett Reservoir Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Storm at Langsett Reservoir Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Storm at Langsett Reservoir Pic Steve Ellis
Storm Pics. Roads in Midhopstones turn into Rivers Pic Steve Ellis