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A number of South West Trains services have been cancelled or delayed due to flooding and "electricity supply problems".
We are currently unable to run between Portsmouth and Fareham due to electrical supply problems.
Flooding in the #Fulwell area means that trains cannot run between Shepperton and Teddington until approximately 09:30
South West Trains says it is "planning to run the advertised service on all lines on Friday 27 December", with the exception of a service between Petersfield and Haslemere.
However the rail operator warned of the possibility that tomorrow morning's services may be disrupted.
"We anticipate that most routes will be open when train services resume on Friday 27 December however further adverse weather is expected overnight so it is possible that services in the morning will be disrupted," a statement on South West Trains' website said.
Cross Country, First Great Western and South West Trains have all cancelled rail services from the South West as the network struggles to cope with recent rainfall. ITV West Country has all the latest on the delays.
Rail passengers travelling in and out of south-west London experienced major delays tonight.
South West Trains said signalling problems in the Clapham Junction area delayed all services to and from London Waterloo by up to 45 minutes.
The company said this would continue until the end of the day.
A message on the South West Trains website - headed "Major delays to trains to and from London Waterloo until end of service" - advised passengers their tickets would be valid on other lines and routes in the area.