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The 1088 is blocked due to a fallen tree near Barnham Road, South of Thetford.
Southend Airport are the latest airport in the region to warn of possible disruption to flights to/from the Airport due to adverse weather conditions.
Stansted Airport has already announced disruptions to flights today, whilst Luton Airport has also issued a warning to passengers to expect possible lengthy delays.
Passengers are advised to check the status of their flights with the airline.
East Midlands Trains have announced that a number of their services will be disrupted this morning as a result of the stormy weather.
East Midlands Trains between London and Bedford have also be cancelled.
To check the latest East Midlands Trains timetable, click this link.
Flooding on A427 Weldon Road around A43 Bangrave Road / A43 Bangrave Road South / Corby Road.
The A131 is blocked in both directions due to a fallen tree between Russell's Road and Peterfield's Lane, affecting traffic between Halstead and High Garrett.
The Highways Agency has closed the Orwell Bridge on the A14 as a precaution against the high winds forecast during the rush hour.
There is a planned diversion route, via the A1156, A1189 and A1214 through Ipswich.
The Highways Agency said it will be monitoring wind speeds closely and will close the bridge only when necessary, and reopen it as soon as it is safe to do so.
Budget airline easyJet warned passengers there could be disruption to flights on Monday. It added that it had been advised there would be no trains running to Gatwick, Southend, Stansted or Luton airports before 9am on Monday. After this time, the schedule will be reduced.
British Airways (BA) said it has cancelled a number of short-haul flights at the request of London Heathrow due to the expected storm.
A BA spokesman was unable to confirm the number of cancellations but said there would be a 20% reduction in its schedule from 6-11am tomorrow, 10% from 11am-4pm and 5% from 4pm to 10.30pm.
The airline said it hoped to operate long-haul flights in and out of the airport as normal, but warned there could be some delays due to the storm.
"We apologise in advance for the inconvenience caused by the poor weather but the safety of our customers is our top priority," a spokesman said.
Eurostar has announced it would be unable to run any cross-Channel rail services until 7am to allow the high-speed train lines to be inspected.
The 5.40am and 6.50am services from London will set off at least one-hour late and will be subject to 50mph speed restrictions.
All other services up to noon will be subject to about 20-minute delays. Passengers are advised to check in as normal and monitor the latest updates.
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Most rush hours trains across the Anglia region have been cancelled until at least 9am as strong winds sweep in.
Hundreds of commuter train services have been cancelled in the morning rush hour on Monday because the storm warning.