Trains between Kings Cross/Moorgate and Stevenage are affected (Picture: James D. Morgan/Getty Images)Rail passengers are waking as much as cancelled and altered companies this morning following heavy rain in a single day.
There have been quite a few yellow climate warnings from the Met Office in place throughout the UK as we face a double whammy of the remnants of Hurricane Lee, adopted by the remnants of Hurricane Nigel this weekend.
There have been warnings for rain masking elements of south east England from 4pm on Wednesday, which remained in place till 3am at this time.
Commuters who normally journey via Stevenage will face disruption this morning after injury to overhead electrical wires precipitated the closure of all strains through the station.
National Rail has advised passengers to not journey on these routes.
Disruption is anticipated till 9am, masking the busy rush hour interval.
A National Rail assertion stated all strains between London Kings Cross/Moorgate and Stevenage are closed following ‘quite a few incidents’.
It added: ‘Trains could also be cancelled, delayed by as much as 90 minutes or revised. Major disruption is anticipated till 09:00.’
Disruption has additionally been reported via Tulse Hill, Cheltenham Spa and between Lewes and Wivelsfield and West Ealing and Greenford.
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