A Norwich-based car share scheme has thanked the many drivers helping to get people home for Christmas despite travel chaos caused by last night's storms.
Ali Clabburn, who founded Liftshare in 1998, said thousands of seats were being offered up across the country to help those stranded.
Many rail services have been cancelled this morning.
There's further rail disruption for Greater Anglia passengers.
Services have been suspended between Manningtree and Harwich due to the bad weather.
The Environment Agency has issued a number of Flood Warnings and the lower level Flood Alerts in the Anglia region following heavy rain and strong winds overnight and on Monday.
The Flood Warnings are in place in the following areas:
River Great Ouse at Buckingham
River Wid from Ingatestone to Writtle in Essex
River Crouch from Noak Bridge to Runwell including Wickford in Essex
Bury Brook from Kings Ripton to Ramsey in Cambridgeshire
East Brackley in Northamptonshire
Cogenhoe Mill Caravan Park in Northamptonshire
Some rail services are resuming this morning following the stormy weather over night.
Some trains running but passengers warned to expect disruption.No services between: Colchester and Clacton; Colchester and Walton-on-the-Naze; Marks Tey and Sudbury;
First Capital Connect:
Disruption through Luton and from London to Cambridge and Peterborough.
Service suspended between Bletchley and Bedford.
No coast-bound services stopping at Basildon.
The strong winds overnight have left more than 11,000 homes without power in the Anglia region on Christmas Eve.
The worst-hit county in the Anglia region in Suffolk with nearly 4,000 homes affected.
UK Power Networks says it has brought in additional staff to cover engineer, technical and call centre roles but it has been difficult to enlist help from other contractors because of Christmas. Other power companies also have their own weather-related problems.
People are being urged to report any power cut or damaged power lines in the East of England to 0800 783 8838.
Luton and Southend airports are warning of possible delays.
Stansted says all flights are running normally.
The bad weather across the weather is causing disruption to rail services.
First Capital Connect:
No trains through Bedford and Luton.
No service from Cambridge and Peterborough to London King's Cross.
No services including the Stansted Express.
Service suspended until late morning.
The Highways Agency has closed the A14 Orwell Bridge in Suffolk to high-sided vehicles.
The Agency say it will be keep the conditions under review and may closed the bridge to all vehicles if the weather worsens.