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London snow and ice travel updates as Storm Emma meets Beast from the East

Richard Hartley-Parkinson

London snow and ice travel updates as Storm Emma meets Beast from the East
It’s bitterly cold out there but the Tubes are currently running better than they were yesterday (Picture: Mylo)

Trust us when we say it’s bitterly cold out there on the streets of London this morning so hat and gloves are absolutely essential if you don’t want to freeze on your commute this morning.

However, the roads appear a lot clearer and there aren’t as many delays and no cancellations on the Tubes. Yet.

Met Office red weather warning still in place as Storm Emma meets Beast from the East

There are currently minor delays on the DLR, London Overground and Piccadilly Lines.

The DLR is suffering delays because of a faulty train, affecting services between Bank and Lewisham.

London Overground has a shortage of available trains affecting services between Stratford and Richmond/Clapham Junction.

The Piccadilly Line also has a shortage of trains causing minor delays between Acton Town and Heathrow Airport.

As far as the trains are concerned, Chiltern Railways are running a normal service today.

However, there are still problems for the following lines across the rest of the country:

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