Road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected due to high winds across much of the UK until tomorrow night, the Met Office has warned.
Longer journey times and cancellations are possible as a yellow warning of wind with gusts of up to 60 mph inland was issued.
The storm conditions forced Brittany Ferries to cancel a 9am sailing from Portsmouth to Cherbourg this morning.
“We are sorry to advise that due to the bad weather forecast across the Channel, this sailing has been cancelled,” the ferry firm said. “We are sorry for the disappointment and inconvenience this will cause.”
Services to Caen from Portsmouth were also cancelled yesterday and this morning due to a technical problem with a propeller on the ship Mont St Michel.
Adverse weather conditions between Wales and Ireland forced Irish Ferries to cancel two return fast craft departures between Holyhead and Dublin today.
Condor Ferries blamed “very heavy waves” in the English Channel for the cancellation of a service by the fast craft Liberation from Poole to the Channel Islands today.
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