Storm Doris arrived in the city over night and caused havoc to the people of Nottinghamshire on their commutes to work.
The storm didn’t stop there though, the violent winds, which reached 80mph, rampaged through the city causing damage and delays for most of the day.
The day started with bus delays and congestion, Nottingham City Transport released a statements of the various fallen trees on Packman Drive, Wilford Lane and Sneinton Boulevard.
Wet and windy conditions will cause traffic to move slower this morning, which may delay our services. Please allow more time to travel.
— Nottm City Transport (@NCT_Buses) February 23, 2017
Elsewhere in Nottinghamshire Rufford Abbey Country Park, Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre and The Wheel of Nottingham were all forced to close due to the severe weather.
Train lines have been delayed and East Midlands Trains even suggested travellers delay their journeys until tomorrow due to damage on overhead lines on the Nottingham to St Pancras route.
#EMTUpdate Severe disruption on our routes today, we are advising customers not to travel today and will be allowed to travel tomorrow.
— East Midlands Trains (@EMTrains) February 23, 2017
Severe danger was seen on Alfreton Road at 2pm when shards of glass were being blown from derelict buildings due to the strong gusts of winds.
The police closed the road and buses were diverted due to the threat to the public.
Many Nottingham residents took to twitter to share their anger and frustration at Storm Doris, take a look at some of them here.
The weather warning is in place until 8pm this evening where the wind speed is expected to reduce to 20mph.