Westbound District and Circle line tubes were not serving the station because of the flooding
One commuter reported being "turfed" off the tube because of the flooding.
The Transport for London (TfL) Victoria line Twitter account said: "W/bound District and Circle lines not serving these station due to flooding caused by heavy rain,haven't been advised of Pic yet"
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End of the day
Time to wrap up our weather and travel blog for the evening.
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Thanks for reading and travel safe.
Is throwing snowballs illegal?
We’re not having any reports of the snow settling yet (we’ll let you know as soon as there’s enough for a snowball fight), but just in case it does start to stick, make sure you know the law ahead of your next battle:
We're getting snow in Ealing q
snow coming down pretty quickly in ealing ❄️❄️❄️— B (@aancchor) January 12, 2017
Reports online that it is also snowing in Ealing, although some are saying it’s more like sleet.
As yet we have no video or picture evidence to confirm.
Video shows snow in Northolt
One getwestlondon reader has submitted this video of the snow coming down in Northolt.
Looks like its not settling on the ground yet, but we will keep you updated!
Snow in west London??
So it looks like the forecasters have got this one right - it’s snowing in west London.
Here’s a quick update on the snow sightings we’ve had so far:
Hillingdon Council are prepared
For anyone in Hillingdon worried about the impacts of the snow in the borough, the council say they have planned in advance.
A spokesman for Hillingdon Council said: “We plan our arrangements and priority routes far in advance of the winter period and have a good stock of grit to ensure that we are well prepared to respond to any challenging weather in Hillingdon, and we receive detailed weather forecasts four times a day from the Met Office London Boroughs Winter Forecast Service.
“Our team of highly skilled operatives and supervisors operate a fleet of seven dedicated winter maintenance vehicles and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to cover any extreme weather emergencies.”
Victoria and Mansion House: Trains are non stopping at these stations on the westbound service due to flooding.— Circle line (@circleline) January 12, 2017
This is the most up to date information on the tube flooding from TfL posted on Twitter at around 5pm.
We will bring you more updates on the flooding and tube disruptions as we get it so stay with us.
We have snow in Hounslow!
We have video evidence of snow in Hounslow! This video was take in Whitton around 15 minutes ago by getwestlondon reporter Lois Swinnerton.
We’ll keep bringing you travel and weather updates into the evening.
Snow in Uxbridge!
Weeeheee snow in Uxbridge ❄️❄️❄️— Melsut Özil (@SyamilTheGreat) January 12, 2017
We’re getting reports of the first snow in Uxbridge. A number of people have said the rain has now turned to snow.
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This is the first report of the rail disruption and flooding that appeared on Twitter at around 5.10pm.
The Victoria line Twitter account responded to confirm there had been flooding.