Storm Isha: Commuters face severe travel disruption as trains cancelled and flights grounded
ITV says Rail, sea and air travellers are already facing significant disruption, with closures, cancellations and delays across a number of services after Storm Isha tore through the UK.
Rush-hour trains have been axed for many on Monday after the storm battered parts of the country, bringing warnings of possible tornadoes and danger-to-life winds.
Multiple Met Office weather warnings, including two amber wind alerts and a red warning for parts of northern Scotland, have been issued until the early hours, while the Tornado and Storm Research Organisation (Torro) said a tornado is “possible” in England and Wales.
A more serious “tornado watch” zone was in place for Northern Ireland, as well as parts of Scotland and northern England, but expired late on Sunday.