Chiltern Railways says it has been advised to operate its services between London and Birmingham at half speed tomorrow because of expected high winds.
Network Rail could put in emergency speed restrictions of 50mph in place during the stormy conditions, which are forecast to hit the Midlands tomorrow afternoon.
The train operator is warning passengers to expect severe disruption, and are allowing anyone with pre-booked tickets for Monday 23 December to travel on services today.
It follows a similar move by London Midland, East Midlands, Virgin and Cross Country services.
A total of 11 flood warnings and 11 flood alerts are still in place across the Midlands today. See the full list here.
The full list of flood warnings issued across the region, alerting people that flooding is expected and immediate action is needed.
Three aircraft attempt to land at Birmingham Airport in today's tricky weather conditions.