London's Northern, Jubilee and Bakerloo underground lines and the Overground are part-suspended as the St Jude superstorm leaves a trail of devastation across southern England.
Hundreds of thousands of London tube commuters faced travel misery as London underground suspended several services across the capital.
The Piccadilly line is shut between Acton Town and Rayners Laneand is experiencing severe delays, as are the Circle and District lines. The DLR is also suspended.
On the Central line there is no service between Leytonstone and Epping and while we remove an obsruction on the track causing severe delays on the rest of the line. Tickets accepted on local buses.
Stretches of line in north and west London, where the tube emerges from beneath the ground, have been suspended.
They include the Harrow & Wealdstone to Stonebridge Park section of the Bakerloo line, and the Stanmore to Kingsbury stretch of the Jubilee line.
On the Metropolitan line there are severe delays between Harrow on the Hill and Amersham/Moor Park/Uxbridge and Chesham while we deal with an obsruction on the track.
The Northern line shut with nine stations between High Barnet and Archway, now re-opened. On the Edgware branch the Edgware to Colindale section remain suspended.
Only three lines out of 13 in total, were operating normally. They included the Hammersmith & City, Victoria and Waterloo & City
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Meanwhile, almost all train services into London are affected by the storm.
National Rail has issued a list of the train companies that have confirmed either amended timetables or the possibility of amended timetables. They are c2c; East Coast; First Capital Connect; Greater Anglia & Stansted Express; South West Trains; Southeastern, and Southern & Gatwick Express.
National Rail also said people driving to stations should be aware of hazardous road conditions and allow extra time. Rail travellers are advised to check train company websites and follow the Twitter hashtag: #UKstorm.
Eurostar said it will not be running cross-Channel rail services on Monday until 07:00 GMT, with services from London subject to 20-minute delays