More storms and snow are on the way to Huddersfield.
Gales brought in by Storm Henry saw winds top 60mph at Emley on Monday night.
Click above to watch the time-lapsed journey along Woodhead Pass
And more strong winds are forecast for the town tonight - followed by sleet and snow which could settle on the high ground.
Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens has predicted an unsettled week, with bad weather sweeping in from the Atlantic.
Elsewhere, Storm Henry continued to cause problems.
Thousands of homes are without power and travel warnings remain in place across the north of the UK as 90mph winds continue to cause havoc.
Motorists have been warned of bridge and road closures during rush-hour and some ferry and rail services remain suspended.
Click below to view the video of the time-lapsed journey through Holme Moss
Winds of 90mph were recorded in South Uist overnight, with gusts of 60mph in Glasgow and 63mph in Loftus, North Yorkshire.
Highways England brought in 50mph speed limits on the M62 between Junction 22 and 21 because of winds.
Watch pilots battle the winds at Manchester airport below
The Woodhead route is often used as an alternative to the M62 but is prone to being affected by bad weather.
Mr Stevens said: “The next seven days will remain at times stormy with low pressure moving in from the Atlantic and at times it will become colder with some sleet and snow and hail showers blowing in on rather squally west or north west winds.
Watch photographers Simon Morley's time lapse video of the storm clouds over Holme Moss below
“Tuesday will start off very windy with gales and gusts to near storm force at first, up to 70mph, but these will slowly moderate through the day to but remain strong with gusts 45-50mph.
“As colder air filters in squally showers will turn wintry at times especially above 700 feet with sleet by evening to lower levels. It will feel very cold in continuing gales.
“Tuesday night will remain windy with wintry showers, especially over the hills which could give a cover of snow on higher hills and occasionally lower down in heavier showers. “Wednesday will be mostly dry with with sunny spells and less windy as cloud slowly increases from the south west. Windy again later and milder.”
Look at pick up truck blown over wall in Kirkheaton by clicking below