STORM Dennis is continuing to cause travel misery for Hampshire residents.

High winds and torrential rain battered much of the country over the weekend.

However, more travel chaos is expected today.

Rail operator Great Western Railway has announced disruptions to its services between Southampton Central and Romsey this morning.

South Western Railway and Crosscounty have also announced disruption to services between Basingstoke and Bournemouth.

Meanwhile, ferry operator Red Jet has suspended it services between Southampton and the Isle of Wight and South due to adverse weather.

As previously reported the Environment Agency and Hampshire Fire and Rescue worked into the night setting up temporary barriers in Romsey.

Water levels in the Lower Test at Romsey and Testwood are been high and slowly rising.

A spokesperson from the Environment Agency said: “There will be a significant amount of water flooding land and fields from Timsbury to Romsey.

“Some footpath flooding may affect Rivermead Close and the Memorial Park. At Romsey Industrial estate, water may be ponded on land near to Greatbridge Road.

“Land at Broadlands and Testwood will also flood.”

High river levels and land flooding is expected to continue for the next three to five days.

Storm Dennis saw severe weather across the county – just one week after Storm Ciara hit.

Those travelling were faced with delays as the gusts and downpours caused fallen trees, flooded roads and major disruption to train services.