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London flood is still causing transportation issues

Despite all, the weather should get better soon for Brits. Some dry weather and temperatures up to 24C are forecasted from today on.

Yesterday, Monday 12th of July 2021, the London flash flood caused several transportation issue; but today the situation hasn’t restored yet. Many tube stations were affected by the flood and this led to train delays or suspensions. In addition, the city roads were covered with 3 inches of water in just 90 minutes.

Therefore this blocked any tipe of transportation.

London flood: which transportation lines have been closed

The flood mainly affected the south-west part of London. This morning, some lines are restored, especially the main ones despite the fact they’re running with limited train numbers. Circle line is suspended, while Hammersmith & City and London Overground is partly suspended. Greater Anglia has minor delays; and South Western Railway and Thameslink reported disruptions.

In addition, the line between Kilburn Junction and Euston remains blocked. Therefore the suggestion is for everyone to check their itinerary before traveling.

Euston station lines were closed for the intense downpour, while the underground stations were closed due to the heavy rainfalls. The London Fire Brigade said they received more than 1,000 calls related to flooding.

Despite all, the weather should get better soon for Brits. Some dry weather and temperatures up to 24C are forecasted from today on.

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