That's a wrap
With Storm Katie largely blown out in London, and blue skies above much of the capital, it’s time for us to call it a day.
Transport for London is reporting a normal service on most lines, other than those where planned works are taking place.
A number of fallen trees have been removed from roads, though Bedfont Lane, in Bedfont, is reportedly still blocked.
South West Trains is no longer reporting any disruption in the London area, though services on the rest of its network are still affected.
However, there are still major delays at Heathrow. According to the website Flightradar24.com, the average delay at 3pm was 42 minutes, though things appear to be slowly returning to normal there.
Enjoy the rest of your bank holiday.
Chiswick House closed due to Storm Katie
Chiswick House and Gardens has also been closed due to Storm Katie. The estate said it would continue to monitor the situation.
Brighter afternoon in store, say forecasters
And now for the calm after the storm. Winds are dying down and the Met Office says it expects sunny spells during the afternoon in west London, with a few scattered showers before dusk.
Fallen tree blocking road in Bedfont
A fallen tree is reportedly blocking Bedfont Lane, near Bedfont Green, in both directions. Route H26 buses are on diversion.
Kew Gardens closed today
Kew Gardens is closed today due to “adverse weather”.
It has apologised for any inconvenience caused on what would have been one of its busiest days of the year.
Fallen tree cleared from road in Wembley
Transport for London says buses 18, 92 and 182 are back to their normal routes after a fallen tree was cleared from Harrow Road, Wembley
Routes 18 92 182 are back to line of route following earlier diversion due to a fallen tree at Harrow Road, Wembley. CLEARED
— TfL Bus Alerts (@TfLBusAlerts) March 28, 2016
Delays and cancellations at Heathrow Airport
Heathrow Airport says the strong winds have caused flights to be delayed or cancelled. Passengers are advised to check with their airline before travelling to the airport.
Busy morning for firefighters
It’s been a busy start to the day for fire crews across the capital.
London Fire Brigade said firefighters and 999 control officers had “worked tirelessly” to deal with more than 110 Storm Katie-related incidents since midnight.
As if the storm damage was not enough, they also had to rescue 13 people from flats above a restaurant blaze in Hounslow which broke out shortly before midnight.
'Good service' on Piccadilly line
Transport for London says there is now a “good service” on the Piccadilly line following an earlier obstruction on the track at Oakwood
Hillingdon Half Marathon
Spare a thought for those running the Hillingdon Half Marathon today. We hope to bring you pictures from the event later today.
Here’s the latest travel information. We will bring you updates as we get them. Tweet us at @GetWestLondon if you know of any travel disruption we’ve missed
Train disruption expected to continue throughout the day
Storm Katie is causing major travel disruption across west London as fierce winds and heavy rain batter the capital.
Transport for London has reported a number of buses on diversion due to fallen trees or dangerous scaffolding.
Buses were unable to serve Putney Bridge this morning due to unsafe scaffolding, and buses were also on diversion due to a fallen tree in Wembley.
Putney Bridge was closed to buses this morning due to unsafe scaffolding It has since reopened, but Transport for London has warned passengers about a number of bus diversions, including:
Piccadilly line services are severely affected due to an earlier obstruction on the track at Oakwood.
South West Trains has said services are likely to be disrupted throughout the day.
Richmond Park was closed on Monday morning as a safety precaution.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning, with forecasters saying winds could reach speeds of up to 60mph inland.
We will bring you updates as we get them.