Storm Eunice will cause a "danger to life" across London today. 

The Met Office has issued a red weather warning for the region, with gusts of up to 65mph expected. 

They warn the storm will result in flying debris, damage to buildings and homes, uprooted trees, and travel chaos.

Keep up to date with the latest from Storm Eunice in our live blog. 

The storm has already seen trains cancelled and attractions closed in the area. 

You can watch the storm arrive live with webcams set up across London.

Where to watch the storm in London: 

What to expect from Storm Eunice red weather warning

A Met Office spokesman said: “Extremely strong west to southwesterly winds will develop over southwest England and south Wales early on Friday.

“Widespread inland gusts of 70-80 mph are likely and up to around 90 mph near some coasts, with dangerous conditions on beaches and seafronts.

“Winds are expected to ease from the west during the late morning.”

What is a red weather warning?

This is how the Met Office describe a red weather warning: “Dangerous weather is expected and, if you haven’t already done so, you should take action now to keep yourself and others safe from the impact of the severe weather.

“It is very likely that there will be a risk to life, with substantial disruption to travel, energy supplies and possibly widespread damage to property and infrastructure.

“You should avoid travelling, where possible, and follow the advice of the emergency services and local authorities.”