Storms set to hit London train services

By Rob Virtue on December 23, 2013 10:16 AM |

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Commuters are being warned of potential travel disruption later on Monday as the south-east prepares for storms.

Train operators are urging people to keep an eye on their websites for updates while transport police are also advising caution.

C2C, Southeastern and Southern trains have been telling customers to check for updates later in the day.

C2C said: "(Services) maybe subject to delays/cancellations."

Southeastern said: "We are advising passengers to keep an eye on our website for the latest updates." It also said it would reduce train services to 50 miles per hour this afternoon.

Meanwhile, Greater Anglia is encouraging people to make their journeys as soon as possible, with forecasts predicting the weather to worsen throughout the day with high winds and potential for floods in rural areas.

British Transport Police is also urging people to plan ahead before making their journeys.

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