Forecasters warn of further damaging winds for Sheffield

After high winds lifted off a shared roof on a row of three homes in Sheffield, forecasters have warned of yet more damage due to high winds.

The Met Office has issued a yellow ‘be aware’ warning for wind, which is valid from 5am on Friday until 3pm.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

It said further strong and gusty winds were likely to lead to travel disruption and damage to buildings.

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Earlier today, a shared roof on a row of homes on Sands Close, Gleadless Valey, lifted off.

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Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

Firefighters carried out ‘emergency repairs’ and made the buildings safe. Sheffield Council said it did not own the building.

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A Range Rover was also damaged yesterday morning after a huge branch from a tree landed on the 4x4 on Knowle Lane, Ecclesall – partially blocking the road.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.

Storm damage on the flat roof of houses at Sands Close in Gleadless. Picture: Dean Atkins.