Hurricane Gonzalo hit Bermuda on October 17th with strong winds reaching 175km per hour.
The hurricane, which affected the coast of North America, caused many homes to lose power.
Many residents boarded up their windows and doors and stock piled on food and other necessary supplies.
Bermuda is affected by many storms so there are strict procedures in place for storm safety and residents know how to respond.
The storm has disrupted flights at Heathrow Airport in the UK as the storm moves that way with 10% of flights cancelled due to strong winds.
Gusts of wind reaching 88km per hour are expected in inland England and but will be stronger in Scotland reaching 128km per hour.