Eurostar services from St. Pancras are still suffering problems because of wintry weather conditions in northern France and Belgium. The company has cancelled some trains and others could be delayed by up to two hours. They also say that the amended service will continue tomorrow.
They are asking customers who do not have a confirmed ticket for a train that is running to stay away from their stations. Details of the services which are running can be found on the Eurostar website.
First Capital Connect expects to run a full peak service this evening between Bedford and Brighton which passes through St. Pancras. The route had experienced delays and cancellations throughout the day.
The M20 eastbound is currently closed between Junctions 8 and 9 to assist Kent Police in managing freight traffic approaching the Channel Tunnel.
The Highways Agency advise that traffic going on the M20 towards Dover should exit at Junction 7 and join the A249 northbound.
Tom Savvides reports on the chaos caused by the snow in Kent.
Some Southern train services are either being cancelled or delayed today because of snow. The company expects services to return to normal tomorrow. Services between Victoria station and Brighton have been reduced to an hourly service.
Passengers can use trains from other companies if necessary. For details go to the National Rail website.
Eurostar has said that it expects to run an amended service tomorrow after bad weather in France and Belgium meant its trains has to be cancelled today. Journey times tomorrow will be between 40 and 60 minutes longer than usual.
Eurostar has cancelled its services between London and the continent because of severe weather in Northern France and Belgium. It says it will not be able to run any trains today.