Strong winds lash Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and Faversham
People in Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and Faversham are waking up to gale-force winds and driving rain.
Police are warning them to take extra care with the worst weather expected between in the coming hours.
Trees are down at the Wildwood animal park in Herne. Keepers there are working to ensure the animals are safe after one fell down in the wolf enclosure. The park will be closed this morning.
A tree has fallen on a car in Ospringe Road, Faversham, with fire crews, the ambulance service the police and Kent Highways on the scene.
Power lines have come down in Sturry Hill, Sturry.
Fallen trees are causing problems between the two Faversham junctions of the M2, on the A2050 near the Old Gate Inn in Canterbury, Whitstable Road in Blean and Sturry Hill in Sturry.
Meteor Avenue in Whitstable, Tyler Hil Road in Canterbury, the A252 at Challock, Tanners Street in Faversham, the A2 at Boughton and the A28 at Chartham have also seen trees come down.
Staff and students at Canterbury College are being told not to travel in before 10am and to heed travel warnings.
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