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Trains to and from Carlisle station have been further delayed by Storm Doris.
Disgruntled passengers are currently experiencing lengthy delays as they wait on the platforms.
Transpennine Express has warned travellers that services between Lockerbie and Edinburgh will be disrupted due to Storm Doris.
Trains may be severely delayed or cancelled altogether as snow and flooding hit Scotland.
All forms of school transport in the Scottish Borders have been cancelled for tomorrow, when Storm Doris is expected to sweep through the region.
An Amber weather warning for snow covers the south of Scotland, and between 10 and 15cm of snow is expected.
Scottish Borders Council says local decisions on school closures will be announced in the morning.
If needed the Resilient Schools protocol will be used, which would see 21 rural primary schools closed, with only pupils within walking distance attending schools.
If this is implemented, parents will be notified directly by Groupcall message.
Some waste and recycling collections may be affected.
Drivers of high-sided vehicles, caravans and motorbikes are being urged to avoid using major roads, while Storm Doris batters the region.
Highways England has released a list of roads to avoid, including:
- M6 through Cumbria, between J36 and J45
- A66 Between M6 J40 - A1 (Scotch Corner)
- A69 Entire route
Find out which weather alerts are in force in Cumbria, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders
An Amber warning for snow is in force in the south of Scotland. Yellow warnings for rain and wind are in place for the entire Border region.Read the full story ›
Police are warning lorry and van drivers not to ignore advice, to avoid certain roads as Storm Henry brings high winds to the region.
Road and rail services are expected to be disrupted throughout the day as Storm Henry strengthens.
Two lorries were overturned on the Cumbria/County Durham border yesterday due to severe winds.
Rail networks across the region are enforcing a 50mph speed limit throughout the day so journeys could be delayed.
Police have renewed their warning to drivers of high-sided vehicles, after two lorries overturned within a quarter of a mile of one another on the A66.
As Storm Henry hits Cumbria and the south of Scotland, you have been sending in photos of the weather.Read the full story ›
The police are warning drivers of high-sided vehicles to take care on exposed roads, as a number of lorries have overturned in the region.
This photo shows a wagon blown over on the south-bound M6, near Tebay Services, this afternoon.