Update 2018-09-19: According to latest reports from Wednesday (19 September), at least one person was killed due to Storm Ali in Northern Ireland.
2018-09-19: On Wednesday (19 September), Northern Ireland was hit by Storm Ali. More than 65,000 homes were without power and strong gusts are disrupting travel. Damage to buildings, disruption to road, rail, air, and ferry services and power cuts should be expected. The strongest winds could be felt in central and southern Scotland and north-east England. In Northern Ireland, some public spaces were closed due to the storm, such as all parks in Belfast, Derry, and Strabane and Belfast Zoo. A warning is in force across the whole of Scotland, as well as parts of North Wales and northern England, until 10:00 p.m. (local time). On Thursday (20 September), heavy rain is expected. Another warning has been issued for flooding on roads in Wales. The weather is expected to improve on Monday (24 September).
(Air) traffic disruptions are to be expected, floods and landslides are possible. Travellers should exercise heightened caution, especially near rivers, the sea, and mountain slopes, and follow instructions by authorities
Guardian, Reuters, BBC