Sea foam froths into wind as Storm Gareth strikes Dorset

Storm Gareth passed through Dorset on Tuesday, whipping the waves up to create a mass of sea foam frothing in the winds.

Video taken by photographer Neil Barnes captured the strange sight at West Bay's esplanade.

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A section of the M20 in Kent has been closed as part of traffic management measure Operation Stack.
A section of the M20 in Kent has been closed as part of traffic management measure Operation Stack.
Huge waves slap against the harbour wall as spectators watch from rocks out into the sea at Porthcawl, Wales, where heavy rain and strong winds have been causing travel disruption in several parts of the UK as Storm Gareth moves east.
Huge waves slap against the harbour wall as spectators watch from rocks out into the sea at Porthcawl, Wales, where heavy rain and strong winds have been causing travel disruption in several parts of the UK as Storm Gareth moves east.
BLACKPOOL - MARCH 12: A photographer dodges a wave in the winds of Storm Gareth and the high tide at Blackpool on March 12, 2019 in Blackpool, United Kingdom. The Met Office has issued yellow warnings as Storm Gareth is forecast to bring potentially disruptive wet and windy weather which could cause travel delays and power cuts. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
Ben was 'terrified and cold' when found by an Inverness Coastguard helicopter crew on a training exercise.
A windsurfer during the Red Bull Storm Chase Challenge at Magheraroarty in Co. Donegal ahead of Storm Gareth.
A windsurfer during the Red Bull Storm Chase Challenge at Magheraroarty in Co. Donegal ahead of Storm Gareth. (Photo by Liam McBurney/PA Images via Getty Images)
A car drives through a rain puddle in Westminster in London as Storm Gareth sweeps across the country.
Waves crash onto cars on the harbour arm at the Port of Dover in Kent as Storms Gareth sweeps across the country.
Pedestrians use umbrellas to shield from the rain Westminster, London as Storm Gareth sweeps across the country.
A ferry arrives at the Port of Dover in Kent as bad weather causes ferry delays.
Waves crash against the sea defences in Camber, East Sussex, as the unsettled and windy weather continues across the UK.
Waves crash against the sea defences in Camber, East Sussex, as the unsettled and windy weather continues across the UK.
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Gusts of up to 75mph were recorded in Scotland on Tuesday night, while winds of over 60mph were seen widely across western parts of the UK in the early hours of Wednesday.

The storm is expected to have moved out into the North Sea by Wednesday evening, although another band of wet and windy weather is expected to arrive from the west on Wednesday night.

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