VIDEO: Bumpy landings for planes at Yorkshire airport as Storm Doris prepares to batter UK with 80mph winds
This is the heart-stopping moment passengers on plane landing at a Yorkshire airport had a bumpy ride as strong winds rocked their aircraft as it came into land.
The Aer Lingus aircraft was spotted twisting and wobbling from side to side as it made a shaky descent into Leeds Bradford Airport as the Met Office warned that Storm Doris is now expected to hit the whole of the UK.
The hair-raising landing was filmed this morning but the worst of the storm is expected to hit tomorrow
The passenger plane seemed to struggle to face forward as it landed on the runway, but straightened out once it hit the tarmac.
It comes as Britain prepares for Storm Doris to hit tomorrow, bringing 80mph gales, flood threats and even up to 11 inches of SNOW in Scotland.
Satellite images show the storm lurking just off the coast of Ireland as it makes its way towards the UK, with forecasters expecting it will start wreaking havoc from 5am tomorrow.