Revellers braved the 83mph winds of Storm Bella for a boozy and blustery Boxing Day blow-out.
Drinkers in Tier two Liverpool and York hit the town despite the severe weather warnings.
Young people in Liverpool donned their glad rags despite the weatherCredit: London News Pictures
Met Office forecasters issued six warnings for SaturdayCredit: London News Pictures
Hundreds in daring outfits braved the elementsCredit: NB PRESS LTD
Many were pictured laughing while running through the rain.Credit: London News Pictures
But that didn’t deter young people from partying in the Northern cities.
Hundreds in daring outfits braved the elements to celebrate the festive season.
Young women got glammed up and were pictured laughing while running through the rain.
The low temperatures didn’t stop girls from whipping off their heels and making a dash for it in bare feet.
And once the bars closed drinkers piled out on to the streets, purchasing more alcohol from supermarkets.
For some the festivities were too much, with a few falling over while being battered by the elements.
The Tier Two restrictions allow locals to have drinks with substantial meals until 11pm and must provide table service.
In York the storm didn’t deter drinkersCredit: NB PRESS LTD
Storm Bella battered the country with more than 80mph windsCredit: London News Pictures
Tier two allows alcohol to be served with substantial mealsCredit: London News Pictures
The festivities were too much for some Credit: NB PRESS LTD
Rain and wind battered the country this ChristmasCredit: NB PRESS LTD
Drinkers piled out to the streets once the pubs closedCredit: NB PRESS LTD
Partygoers were seen making the most of their short night outCredit: Ioannis Alexopoulos/News Images