Storm Ciara: Sunday's updates as they happened
9 February 2020, 17:40 | Updated: 9 February 2020, 22:02
Storm Ciara is battering the UK. Here's what has happened on Sunday.
There are 90mph winds across the UK, with gusts reaching 93mph in Wales.
Disruption on the railways, with 10 operators issuing "do not travel" warnings.
Dozens of national and international flights delayed or cancelled from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airport.
A passenger plane in high winds has broken the speed record crossing for the Atlantic.
Scenes of chaos at London train stations, with Euston closed and multiple platforms at Victoria not in operation.
Tomorrow, a yellow weather warning remains in place for wind and snow in Scotland, snow and ice in northern England and wind in the south West of England.
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