The central line has now reopened between Ealing Broadway and North Acton.
High winds in Bishop's Stortford have uprooted trees and blocked local roads.
Last night's winds have uprooted trees and heavy mobile signs across the capital.
Wind caused a bit of damage in London http://t.co/28IT10NlxM
Other parts of West London have been severely affected by last night's stormy weather.
Storm damage to a local tree in Ealing. http://t.co/LsukzSSB9m
Storm damage in London just off Hangar Lane near Ealing Common in London http://t.co/ZENSKbOf45
The Central line is currently part suspended between Ealing Broadway and North Acton .This is due to part of the roof being blown on to the tracks at Ealing Broadway. Tickets are being accepted on local buses and First Great Western train services.
The A20 is closed both directions between Green Lane and Frognal Corner due to severe flooding.
Police were called just after 4 o'clock this morning by drivers stuck on the road due to high water levels, but they say no one has been injured. Police are advising drivers to take alternative routes as the road will be closed for some time.
Several train companies are warning of delays and cancellations if the huge storm forecast to hit London and the South East is as severe as expected.
Falling trees, flooding and damage to buildings and equipment all risk disruption to services on Monday.
South West Trains are sending engineers to hot spots to protect equipment and buildings and extra staff are being deployed to help in key locations.
The company say the lines between Weymouth and Basingstoke via Southampton and Portsmouth and Guildford are most at risk.
Southeastern Trains say they'll have teams in place across the network to clear fallen trees and repair damaged equipment to keep services moving.
First Capital Connect warn that revised timetables and short notice changes are possible.
Greater Anglia trains are telling passengers with advance tickets booked for Monday can be used for travel tomorrow.