Video and pics: Storm Brian hits Sidmouth and Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 11:11 23 October 2017 | UPDATED: 08:52 27 October 2017

Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble

Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble

Julia Bramble

Local photographers capture the power of the big storm.

Storm Brian brought high winds and crashing waves to seaside resorts across East Devon yesterday (Saturday, October 21).

Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble

Coupled with exceptionally high tides it made for some spectacular pictures all along the coast, including at the towns of Sidmouth and Exmouth.

Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble

Here is a video and some photographs, which were captured by our readers.

Blustery seas at Exmouth seafront because of Storm Brian. Photo: Jackson Hammond Blustery seas at Exmouth seafront because of Storm Brian. Photo: Jackson Hammond

Storm Brian causing large waves at Sidmouth seafront. Photo: Paulie Buckers Storm Brian causing large waves at Sidmouth seafront. Photo: Paulie Buckers

Storm Brian at Orcombe Point in Exmouth. Photo: Jackson Hammond Storm Brian at Orcombe Point in Exmouth. Photo: Jackson Hammond

Storm Brian in Exmouth. Photo: Jackson Hammond Storm Brian in Exmouth. Photo: Jackson Hammond

Dark skies over Exmouth as Storm Brian hits. Photo: Kate Evans Dark skies over Exmouth as Storm Brian hits. Photo: Kate Evans

Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble Storm Brian battering Sidmouth. Photo: Julia Bramble

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