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An accident has been reported outside Wendron Cricket Club.
A car is on its roof but the driver is out of the vehicle.
Police are in attendance. More details as we get them.
The "Tisa" at Penryn College has been damaged in the strong winds this afternoon. A large rip has appeared in the roof.
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For tweets from Devon and Cornwall Police keeping you up-to-date with the wild weather
VIDEO: Windsurfers make the most of the stormy weather at Gwithian
LATEST: Police and partner agencies in Devon and Cornwall are currently involved in and preparing for weather related incidents across the force.
Although a major incident has not been declared, agencies are currently prepared for flooding incidents should they arise.
Members of the public are advised to be aware of weather updates and to act responsibly as a result.
The view from my car outside #stmewan. Wish I'd brought a brolly @bbcspotlight... http://t.co/sNtmwg8a— @ThorntonLucy 22 November 2012
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Devon and Cornwall police have said there have been no major incidents yet.
The Highways Agency is warning drivers to take care on the roads
Highways Agency, South West operations manager, Gary Parsons, said “We are doing everything we can to ensure our roads are affected as little as possible by the adverse weather but we would urge road users to play their part by checking weather forecasts and traffic conditions before they set out and drive with extra care.
“It takes twice as long to stop when the road is wet, so leave plenty of space between vehicles, and slow down if heavy rain or spray is making it difficult to see the road ahead.
VIDEO: Porthleven battered by waves as storm rolls in
Met Office: More heavy rain and gales on the way
More heavy rain and strong winds expected to affect all areas over the next few days.
Tree removed. Road clear in #falmouth town. Lots of water and fallen trees. Ness journeys only I would suggest!— @SgtGaryWatts 22 November 2012
Massive waves pummel Porthleven: PICTURES
Picture from @snatchlypants Trampoline takes off in the gales...Incredible.. http://t.co/HCAIBJmQ— @simonMAB 22 November 2012
Pretty good at gwithian but too gusty.1st windsurfers struggling to hold on then not moving #storm #sailing #cornwall http://t.co/dYtxRvhN— @PastyAdventures 22 November 2012
More rain expected today. Latest is 50 flood warnings and 50 flood alerts! Crucial to check http://t.co/ExA9sb0X. Stay safe!— @EnvAgencySW 22 November 2012
The river outside @BBCCornwall studios - torrents of rain http://t.co/JZxQRdc8— @clairehawke 22 November 2012
The lane outside the house is now turning into a river #endofdays http://t.co/CqU137Ul— @Packet_Dave 22 November 2012
The rain is pelting down now, it reminds me of a summer day at home (your live updater is from Northern Ireland)
The adverse weather means we can't get to the Falmouth Friends of the Earth event today - slides and factsheet online http://t.co/WoycBaLl— @The_MMO 22 November 2012
@3kev3 tree down at Bodriggy Health Centre! Bit too close for comfort! Hope nothing similar happens to block road down to our house!!! ☹— @JackiHicks 22 November 2012
@laurencereed rain really bad now in Hayle don't think I've ever experienced such weather can't see across the road ! ☹ http://t.co/uzMH7PfB— @JackiHicks 22 November 2012
A rough morning in Falmouth @laurencereed http://t.co/svFUHxWV— @mozzerc 22 November 2012
Hope you're all ok down there! RT @WatergateBay: Stormy skies descend. #discoverwgb #cornwall #storm http://t.co/WlZOnN42— @KateWild 22 November 2012
Swift work by Cornwall Council to clear fallen tree in Falmouth town centre.
On Fistral beach #Newquay with the dog. Monster storm building http://t.co/ggMl8Kjg— @NewquayInsp 22 November 2012
Keep checking back for more storm updates.
St Mawes ferry sailings have been cancelled due to "adverse weather conditions"
Live UPDATE: A393 Near Treluswell Roundabout
Fallen tree on A393 Northbound between A39 (Near Treluswell Roundabout) and Speech Lane (Ponsanooth).
Drivers are facing traffic disruption and delays as roads are blocked by trees brought down by strong winds.
The Met office has issued an amber warning of strong winds and heavy rain today, with more wet conditions expected to hit the Duchy on Saturday and Sunday.
With flood alerts already in place for the River Fal and Helford River, it is feared the conditions will lead to localised flooding.
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The sea around Falmouth is being churned up into a bubbling cauldron today as gale force winds batter the Cornish coast.
An amber "be prepared" Met office weather warning is in place for the Duchy and flood alerts have been issued for the River Fal and the Helford.
See the spectacular stormy seas off of Falmouth in the videos below:
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