Storm latest: Train services cancelled for morning rush-hour
The impending storm has led to a host of train services being suspended during Monday morning rush-hour.
Announcements have been made on Sunday afternoon with strong winds expected throughout the night. Network Rail says it expects problems on all services in and out of London.
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Transport for London said its Overground services inside the capital would not operate before 9am.
Southern Trains said it was "highly unlikely" services would run before 9am. Southeastern has said its services, including those to London Bridge, will not run until it gets the all-clear from Network Rail.
C2C and Greater Anglia have cancelled services until 9am and are urging people not to travel. South West Trains said it is unlikely trains will run before 8am.
There has been no announcement over Docklands Light Railway trains or Underground services. However, TfL is advising travellers to check for updates.
Thames Clippers said it expects to run a full service tomorrow.
London is expecting an inch of rainfall over night on Sunday and winds of up to 80mph.
It is predicted to hit worst in the morning around 8am.