Portugal has been battered by one of its strongest ever storms as the remnants of Hurricane Leslie left thousands of homes without power.
Over 60 people were forced to leave their homes.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Friday night that the Category 1 storm was about 690 miles (1,125 kilometers) southwest of Lisbon, Portugal.
The storm formed on September 23 and spent weeks in the Atlantic Ocean before coming to the Iberian peninsula.
Many across Hampton Roads were impacted by now post-tropical storm Michael, which was a tropical storm when it crossed over Hampton Roads and northeastern North Carolina on Thursday.
Portugal's weather service issued red warnings - its highest level - for high winds or unsafe coastal conditions for 13 of its 18 mainland districts, including Lisbon, where it said the storm's effects will start to be felt around 6 p.m. Leslie could be the fiercest storm to hit the country since 1842.
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"The town seemed to be in a state of war with cars smashed by fallen trees", he said.
Civil defence officials said 27 people suffered minor injuries, with localised flooding, hundreds of trees uprooted and a number of flights cancelled.
Michael, the third most powerful hurricane ever to hit the US mainland, smashed into Florida's northwest coast near the small town of Mexico Beach on Wednesday as a Category 4 hurricane with 155-mile-per-hour (250-kilometer-per-hour) winds.
Earlier this week, 12 people were killed in flash floods on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca.
Separate storm fronts in the north and east of Spain mean heavy rain is expected across much of the country.