Published: 00:01, 12 December 2014
| Updated: 07:09, 12 December 2014
Kent is being battered by high winds and rain as a weather warning for wind is slapped on the county.
The Sheppey Crossing has now reopened this morning in both directions.
It was first closed at around 10.30pm last night, with gusts still reaching 30mph in the area.
Meanwhile, DFDS Seaways has cancelled services to Calais and warned of delays of up to an hour and a half to Dunkerque.
P&O Ferries is predicting delays of up to three hours due to strong winds.
The situation on the roads is not much better, with Nargate Road in Littlebourne blocked at the junction with Bramling Road due to a fallen tree.
KCC Highways is urging drivers to take extra care in the strong winds and rain.