- 17 updates
Thousands of passengers have been left stranded as rail services have faced long delays and cancellations in the wake of Storm Doris.
High winds caused treacherous conditions, with trees falling on the lines in some areas.
One young woman broke down in tears as she told ITV News her trains to Hitchin, Hertfordshire, had been repeatedly cancelled.
- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies
Storm Doris has caused chaos on the roads in Scotland, leaving many commuters stranded in icy and dangerous conditions.
Central and southern areas were battered by blizzards and heavy snow, causing accidents and forcing the closure of many roads.
Among the worst hit was the M80 near Cumbernauld, where drivers were brought to a standstill for several hours.
A yellow warning for ice has been issued for much of Scotland overnight.
Storm Doris caused chaos across Britain on Thursday, with winds of more than 90mph, heavy rain and even snow reported across the country.
Roads and bridges were shut and powerlines came down, while travellers faced long delays on the railways as train services were cancelled.
And there was tragedy in Wolverhampton, where a woman was killed in the street by a piece of flying debris.
- Video report by ITV News correspondent Damon Green:
Workers have begun trying to repair scaffolding which collapsed at a central London office block.
The scaffolding, put up amid work on a £15 million rooftop extension at Aldwych House in Holborn, became dislodged in the high winds of Storm Doris.
Emergency services were forced to shut off the Kingsway southbound and Aldwych eastbound for safety reasons, causing long delays for drivers.
A driving instructor has laughed off a lucky near-miss after a huge tree crashed down in front of his car in high Storm Doris winds.
The falling branches smashed down onto the road as Paul Smith drove through Spalding in Lincolnshire, a scene he captured on his dashboard camera.
He posted the video on the Facebook page of his Paul Smith LDC Driving School, writing: "All in the day of being a driving instructor!
"Feeling very lucky that I managed to stop before I became a pancake due to this tree falling in Spalding this morning - thanks Doris!
"Need a strong coffee or something a little stiffer!!!"
Storm Doris winds have toppled a double-decker bus onto its side in Cambridgeshire, injuring 11 people.
No-one was left in a serious or life-threatening condition after the toppling on Lynn Road in Wisbech just before 1.15pm.
East of England Ambulance Service said 15 people were assessed at the scene and the 11 with minor injuries were taken to two nearby hospitals.
The X1 service was travelling from West Walton to Walton Highway.
Rooftop scaffolding has collapsed in the high winds of Storm Doris, forcing emergency services to close a main road through central London.
The scaffolding became dislodged at the top of the office block at the 1926-built Aldwych House, Holborn, due to the high winds.
It had been put into place as part of plans for a £15 million rooftop extension.
The roadway running beneath was closed off on Thursday afternoon and was not expected to reopen until 5pm.
Motorists were warned of long delays in the area.
A woman has been killed in Wolverhampton city centre in a Storm Doris-related incident.
West Midlands Ambulance Service said a piece of debris fell onto Dudley Street outside Starbucks at 11.43am this morning.
Witness Rebecca Davis said the woman, who looked to be aged between 20 and 30, appeared to have been hit by a piece of roof from a nearby building the "size of a coffee table".
An ambulance spokesman said: “On arrival, crews found a woman who had suffered very serious head injuries.
“Sadly, it quickly became apparent that there was nothing that could be done to save her and she was confirmed dead at the scene.”
Police in Wolverhampton said officers are currently still in attendance along with the ambulance and fire services.
Roads in the area are closed and motorists and pedestrians are being advised to avoid the city centre.
Outdoor filming for Manchester-based Coronation Street was brought to a halt as Doris paid a visit to the cobbled set.
TV director David Kester tweeted this picture with the caption "Trying to film Corrie in Storm Doris...Nasty!"
A spokeswoman for the ITV soap said affected scenes would be rescheduled.
Two men have been hurt after a tree came down on their car on a rural road.
The incident happened on the A49 Just north of Church Stretton in Shropshire.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said:
Latest ITV News reports
A woman has been killed in Wolverhampton city centre in a Storm Doris-related incident, police said.