Commuters in the region face rush-hour chaos this morning as they wake up to the impact of the worst storm in years.
Speed restrictions will affect First Great Western passengers on Monday but the company is running services
Southern Railways have announced there will be no early morning services on Monday due to the bad weather.
Blackmoor Fruit Nursery at Liss in Hampshire has been devastated by the storm, with hundreds of fallen trees.
Video: a round-up showing how travel was affected by the storm. The video also includes a chat with Simon Parkin.
Video. The storm brought down trees, damaged homes and cars and made roads impassable. Commuters faced delays and cancellations on the railways. Richard Slee reports.
A tree blocked the line near Alton inHampshire this morning. It was one of several incidents reported by South West Trains.
VIdeo: Click to see a selection of pictures from around the region this morning.
Freight trains were running through Eastleigh after the storm this morning. A rainbow appeared near Eastleigh Station.
Police say at least 125 trees had fallen in roads across Sussex by 6:30am.
Maintenance crews have been busy removing them. Residents say this one in Brighton's Kemp Town almost hit a house but was stopped by some scaffolding. It did, however, land on three cars.
Web exclusive report by Andy Dickenson.
Video of trees down in the New Forest, and a farm shop which lost its roof.
A track in the New Forest was partially blocked by a fallen tree. Chris Barrett reported seeing minimal damage in the forest.
All sailings cancelled on Condor Ferries between Poole and Guernsey, Poole and Jersey, Weymouth and Guernsey and Weymouth and Jersey due to poor weather.