STORM Ciara hit Berkshire yesterday leaving disruption and debris in its wake.

Households were warned of the strong winds, up to 80mph in some places, with the Met Office issuing an amber weather warning for much of the south.

Berkshire braced itself as scores of huge trees were brought down, fences fallen, and roads closed.

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Train stations was brought to a halt as services right across the country were delayed and in most cases cancelled with debris blocking rail lines.

Delays are still affecting train services with South Western Railway reporting cancellations and disruption across its entire network due to the storm.

Great Western has reported its services are running again this morning but cancellations and delays due to train staff having to work late into the night past their scheduled hours.

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It has also reported a tree is causing issues on the line between Newbury and Reading.

Weather today is meant to continue a similar pattern to yesterday with heavy rain from midday, according to the Met Office.

This is expected to continue into the evening about 7pm in Bracknell and until 10pm in Reading.

Gusts of wind are also still expected to reach up to 40mph today.

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