Storm Otto caused widespread power outages across the UK on Friday, leaving around 60,000 homes without power. On Saturday morning, 2,000 of those homes had yet to be reconnected to the grid. The Met Office said the storm had “well and truly cleared” and was now affecting Scandinavia. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) reported that they had restored power to 41,000 homes and hoped to reconnect the remaining affected by the end of the day. Food vans were sent to the main areas still without power and served food and drink from 8 a.m. A yellow warning for snow and ice was in place for central parts of Scotland until 9 a.m. on Saturday, with gusts of 83mph recorded in Inverbervie, Aberdeenshire. In England, Northern Powergrid said about 21,000 customers had lost power, with only one still affected by 8.30 a.m. on Saturday. In Sheffield, a man in his 50s was taken to hospital in a serious condition after a tree fell on a street. In Harrogate, North Yorkshire, a tree toppled onto a Porsche on Granby Road, causing anxiety for drivers in the area. Milder conditions are expected over the weekend, with temperatures reaching 14-16C in Herefordshire on Saturday and sunny spells in southern England. However, the Met Office warned that temperatures are set to turn “a good deal colder” next week. Storm Otto is the first storm to be named this season, with the first storm to be named by the Met Office, or the Irish and Dutch weather services, still being Storm Antoni.