The most common types of weather damage to plants include:Brown leaves
This is caused when high winds follow a drought period and is particularly damaging to young growth.
In coastal areas, salt-laden winds can also be especially harmful, but this is due to the effect of the salt as well as drying, according to The Royal Horticultural Society.
Breakage or tears
The recent wind and humid spells is bad news for your plants as it can cause breakage, leaning, tearing or abrasion.