STRONG winds are predicted until today after Storm Ciara swept in yesterday.

Here are all the reports we have this morning of problems for commuters:

  • Morebus officials say the Sandbanks Ferry isn't currently operating. We've called the company, but no one's picking up. Their website says there is the 'potential' for the service to be suspended over high tides. Today's first high tide is around 10am. Morebus says the ferry service resumed at 9.30am
  • The level crossing barrier has failed at Wool Railway Station and delays are building on the A352. Officials from Network Rail are aiming to be at the station at 9.40am
  • One lane of the M27 is shut westbound this morning after a tree fell on the road. Two-hour queues are building
  • Officials from South Western Railway are warning train services across the network may be cancelled, delayed or revised, with disruption expected until the end of the day. Officials have run a number of empty trains this morning to ensure the railway line is clear. The 5.59am Brockenhurst to Lymington Pier train was cancelled

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