Storm left the UK for the Far East 27 December 1943. She departed Fremantle for her final Far East War patrol on 31st January 1945, finishing this at Trincomalee on 20th February 1945 and departing from there on 24th February 1945 to return to the UK arriving at Gosport on 8 April 1945 as seen in your photo and this one https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205159523 and others on the IWM site.
The first CAFO to promulgate Standardised patterned camouflage designs for RN submarines such as that seen in your photo of Storm was CAFO 2269 issued on 12 October 1944. It directed a series of Standard designs A-K for surface ships to submarines. For submarines on Home Stations, Scheme H was a patterned design (as seen in your page from Hodges’ book) using white, B30 and PB10. Scheme J was for submarines of Foreign Stations which were directed to “paint black or very dark blue, grey or green at the discretion of Capt (S)” ie there was at that time no official/Standardised Foreign Stations patterned scheme for submarines.
The patterned Foreign Stations design for submarines alluded to in Hodges’s note, which used G45, B20 and Black in place of white, B30 and PB10, was introduced as Scheme J option (c) in the next camouflage CAFO, 558, which was issued 22 March 1945. However it was more than just substituting the colours in used in Scheme H. Extra diagonal stripes of G45 were to be painted over the B20 panels so creating a more complex design (as can be seen on page 41 of Raven’s WP Series Vol 4). Hodges overlooked this, over-simplified things and telescoped time.
The overall very dark colour (ie dark blue, green, grey or black) Foreign Stations schemes of the previous CAFO became Scheme J option (a) in CAFO 558/45. An option (b) of black decks, horizontal surfaces and ballast tanks and the remainder G45 was also introduced.
But by CAFO 558 of 22 March 1945 Storm was already well on her way back in the UK. Her final operational appearance in the Far East should have been guided by the previous CAFO: 2269/44
So my reason for suggesting Storm was in Scheme H in your photo (ie answering your “this scheme” question) was a combination of her appearance in the photo, the date of the image in relation to the camouflage CAFOs, and the actual design of the pattern of the scheme she is seen in being scheme H rather than J.
I would be wary of using your photo as a guide to what she was painted in when operating in the Far East. She could well have repainted into the Home Stations scheme during the course of her return journey to the UK, at Malta say if she called in there. The paint job looks relatively fresh in the various photos of her return. You need a photo of her in the Far East.
(CAFO 1575/45 referred to by Michael in his post above was issued 13 September 1945 so is postwar.)