The M54 is closed westbound between M6 (J10A) and J2 (Wolverhampton) due to a hydraulic fuel spillage within the roadworks section near Wednesfield.
Highways England say crews are at the scene inspecting the road surface.
Road users are being advised to expect delays and seek alternative routes.
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Stormy weather is causing some delays on the trains this evening.
A fallen tree between Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury has been moved but trains running between these stations may be cancelled or delayed by up to an hour as the service recovers.
Disruption is expected to continue until 10pm.
West Midlands Fire Service has issued a photo from inside a factory in Wolverhampton which was on fire for most of the day.
Six crews attended the blaze at the unit on Owen Road this morning . A number of chemicals were found but were not thought to have been involved in the fire. There were no reported injuries.