With rain, wind and flood warnings in place across London and Kent today, some roads in south east London and Dartford are closed.

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for London today (Thursday, November 2) as Storm Ciaran reaches the UK.

The yellow warning for rain and wind will last until 11.59pm tonight.

As a result of heavy rain, the Met Office has said that there is likely to be flooding across the city today.

From 3am until 1pm, the Met Office has issued an Amber warning for wind.

The forecaster warned that very strong north-westerly winds could disrupt travel and cause structural damage to buildings while flying debris could bring a danger to life.

So, we have compiled a list of the roads on AA Maps and the TfL website that have been confirmed as closed due to today’s weather.

M25 Dartford Tunnel

The entry ramp is currently closed due to flooding.

There is flooding on the M25 anti-clockwise at J1a A206 (The Dartford Tunnel).

The closure was first reported at 9.54am.


A2 Bexley

Due to flooding, the A2 East Rochester Way (DA15, DA16, DA5) in Bexley is closed.

The delays are moderate an drivers and encouraged to “approach with caution” according to TfL.

The road is closed in both directions between Danson Underpass and Falconwood - The A2, Rochester Way Relief Road is restricted due to flooding in both directions.


A20 Sidcup Bypass

Due to flooding, the A20 Sidcup Bypass in Bexley and Bromley is closed.

This has caused moderate delays.

TfL says drivers should “use caution to approach”.

Sidcup Bypass (westbound) at the junction of [A223] Crittals Corner is where the closure is.

Lane one of the Westbound A20 off slip to Crittal's Corner is flooded.