Londoners woke up to scenes of devastation on Twitter and Facebook this morning following the realisation that the St Jude storm hadn't been as big or destructive as they'd hoped.
The only stormy conditions have been seen at crowded train and Tube stations, where angry commuters have been unable to travel into the capital due to services being suspended or subject to delays.
The situation is believed to have been caused by hot air blowing in from the Met Office, resulting in a storm in a teacup.
People have been urged to use common sense and caution when listening to Met Office warnings in the future.
Sunday night: Signs warn commuters of the devastating conditions
they were likely to face at their station the next day
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