Britain is having heavy rainfall, flooding, and thunderstorms due to which people are facing travel disruptions.
Warnings are being given to customers traveling by train in the East Midland area. The services for the customers from and to London will be slow as the line equipment is damaged and repair is in progress. RMT industrial action has notably lead to a revision in the timetable for local routes.
It will be beneficial for the customers to check the conditions on the routes they are planning to opt for. The reports have revealed a reduced timetable for the London St Pancras-Nottingham-Sheffield route.
Moving ahead, the air traffic is also seen lately which was bought into the notice after passengers suffering major disruption on Friday. There were delays in flight for customers traveling from Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The weather conditions are extreme across Europe which is causing problems for travelers.
Currently, the Met Officer has announced conditions regarding yellow weather, covering Perth, Kinross, Angus, Dundee, Fife, and Grampian region of Scotland.
Adding further, extreme conditions have caused power cuts and travel disruptions across Europe. Also, delays and cancellation of trains and busses are experienced in areas hit by heavy rainfall.
According to Jake Kelly, the team is sorry for the inconvenience being caused and they are working hard to manage the repairs as soon as possible.