Hundreds of homes in the East of England are still without power after strong winds battered the region.Read the full story ›
Problems continue on Greater Anglia services following yesterday's high winds.
Disruption is expected on the mainline between London and Norwich until 9am. Some services have been cancelled or delayed.
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Rail services are still experiencing difficulties after last night's winds brought down trees and power lines.
There are cancellations on a number of Greater Anglia services.
Trees are blocking lines between Marks Tey and Sudbury and Darsham and Saxmundham and there is damage to overhead electric wires between Stowmarket and Norwich.
Due to a signalling fault there is also cancellations between Norwich and Sheringham via Cromer.
The strong winds are blowing down trees and causing road closures in the region.Read the full story ›
Problems are expected until around 9am this morning, with delays for those travelling and may cause country roads to be blocked further.Read the full story ›
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Norfolk Police say they have dealt with 300 emergency calls following the travel chaos caused by strong winds.
They were received between 5am and 7am. That number is the usual daily total.
Winds topping 80mph in the Anglia region have brought damage and disruption with dozens of trees brought down.Read the full story ›
A number of schools in Norfolk and Suffolk have been closed because of power cuts due to the strong winds.
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Suffolk Police have closed the Orwell Bridge near Ipswich on the A14.
Thousands of homes across the Anglia region are without power because of strong winds blowing down electricity cables.
UK Power networks says: "Power supplies have been affected by the severe weather across our electricity network. We're sorry to all customers affected and are working to restore supplies."
In Norfolk it is reported than 16,500 homes were without power at 7am.and that figure has risen to more than 30,000.