The Met Office is warning people to expect delays to travel across Hertfordshire and beyond as Storm Dennis is set to hit Britain this weekend.
Storm Ciara brought widespread disruption to travel and power networks on Sunday, as some of the highest gales seen in a decade battered Royston and surrounding villages.
Two major roads in Cambridgeshire closed yesterday (9 February) due to risk of debris caused by Storm Ciara have now been re-opened.
The M11 remains closed after fears part of the roof of Duxford Imperial War Museum could be blown into traffic.
The Met Office has updated its weather warning in the East of England tomorrow from yellow to amber, amid fears that Storm Ciara will cause severe disruption to travel.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for Tuesday as Storm Brendan approaches.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning from Guilden Morden to Haslingford – which covers most areas near Royston.
A yellow weather warning is in place for Hertfordshire this morning.
They say only three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and the famous fleet of Hertfordshire County Council gritters.