Uttlesford rail users experience delays as more than 50 train services cancelled this afternoon
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More than 50 trains have been cancelled this afternoon in anticipation of a storm to rival St Jude’s.
Greater Anglia services across the region have been cancelled or altered in anticipation of high winds and driving rain.
St Jude’s brought chaos to the area at the end of October, felling trees and causing high-sided vehicles to topple over.
There are four flood alerts in place across the Environment Agency’s Anglia region, although none affect Essex.
The changes affect trains from 3.50pm today. No trains will run across the Greater Anglia network tomorrow until 10am.
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