Heathrow saw wind speeds of 69 mph this morning making it the breeziest place to be in the region when Storm St Jude hit.
Other places that took the brunt of the storm:
- Northolt, north west London - 69mph
- Kenley Airfield, Greater London - 68 mph
- Kew Gardens, west London - 62 mph
- Charlwood, Surrey - 62 mph
- Wisley, Surrey - 49 mph
Southeastern say they've had 50 trees down across their network today, including this one in Elmers End near Bromley.
Charlwood in Surrey was the wettest place in the London area last night when Storm St Jude hit.
34.8mm fell, that's a third of October's average rainfall.
A breakdown of the places that had the most rain since 6pm last night.
- Kenley Airfield, Greater London - 31mm
- Wisley, Surrey - 28.8mm
- Hampstead, north London - 27.4mm
- Northolt. north west London - 25.2mm
- Kew Gardens, west London - 23mm
The Met Office have released a map showing the most likely track of the storm later today.
Data from the Met Office shows that the following areas saw the strongest wind overnight:
- The Needles, Isle of Wight - 99mph
- Langdon Bay, Kent - 82mph
- Isle of Portland, Dorset - 81mph
These areas saw the heaviest rain:
- Otterbourne, Hampshire - 50mm
- Wych Cross, East Sussex - 45.4mm
- Cardiff, Bute Park, South Glamorgan - 44.8mm
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