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By Adam Jinkerson

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  1. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A47 Cambridgeshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    A47 Cambridgeshire eastbound severe accident, between The Drift and Love's Hill.

    A47 Cambridgeshire - A47 in Castor closed eastbound between Sutton Roundabout and the Love's Hill junction, because of an accident involving three lorries.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  2. Weather: A cold, but often sunny day with much lighter winds

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC Look East weather

    It will be a cold start, with sunny spells and any very isolated wintry showers will soon fade away. Most will then have a fine and cold day with much lighter winds and some spells of sunshine and a high of 8C (46F).

    Here's my full forecast...

    There are more details on the BBC Weather website.

  3. Good morning

    Adam Jinkerson

    BBC Local Live

    Welcome back to live updates for Cambridgeshire on Friday, 24 February.

    We'll be here until 18:00 with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel.

    What a difference 24 hours makes for the weather. This morning is already looking beautifully sunny and that should continue through the day. A full weather forecast is on its way shortly.


    And continuing on the Storm Doris front, we'll look back at some of the best pictures sent in by you yesterday.

    You can get in touch with the team by  emailTwitter  and  Facebook .

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    Video caption: Thousands left without power as Storm Doris hits the East of England

    Several drivers had lucky escapes and fallen power lines caused rail delays.

  5. Overnight weather: Staying windy in places, with some showery rain

    Alex Dolan

    BBC Look East weather

    The region will continue to experience gale force winds, with an amber warning for wind in force until 20:00.  

    It’s going to stay windy on the north Norfolk coast, but elsewhere winds will ease down this evening and overnight.  

    Rather cloudy at first with some showery rain, which will become more isolated.

    There's a risk of a touch of frost and some icy patches as temperatures drop close to freezing - lows of 2C (36F).

    Friday's weather map

    There'll be a chilly start to Friday, but we'll have much calmer conditions.

    It'll be mainly dry with bright or sunny spells, turning cloudier later.

    Get the full forecast where you live, from BBC Weather .

  6. Goodbye from Cambridgeshire Live

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    Thank you for your company today - that's it from the Cambridgeshire Local Live team.

    Of course if anything breaks later or overnight you'll still find it here.

    And we do love hearing from you - send us your photos of Cambridgeshire via  email , Facebook  or Twitter  - using #cmblive. 

    In the meantime batten down the hatches and take it easy out there. 

    We'll be back with full updates on all your local stories from 08:00 tomorrow. 

  7. Storm Doris: Driver escapes injury in tree fall

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    A driver had a very lucky escape in Witcham, near Ely, earlier after a massive tree came down in the strong winds.

    Luckily it came to rest on a roadside bank.

    View more on twitter

    Thanks to Gavin Ball for the picture.

  8. Changes to bin collections across Cambridge from Monday

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    Bin collections are set to change across Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire from Monday. 

    For most of the 130,000 households it'll mean a change to their bin collection day or time, or to the sequence in which their black or blue and green bins are collected.  

    Find out more at  and .

    The changes will reduce mileage for collection lorries by 20,000 miles a year - and contribute to a £700,000 savings target over three years. 

    Householders have been sent new calendars to remind them when to put bins out.

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  9. Fallen tree blocks rail line

    A fallen tree at Attleborough has blocked the main rail line between Norwich and Cambridge, and Greater Anglia say all train services are blocked.

    Many thanks to R Mantas, for sending us this photo.

    Fallen tree on rail line
  10. Storm Doris: falling trees causing damage in Cambridge

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    The strong winds have brought down dozens of trees across the county and are continuing to cause chaos on the roads and railways. 

    Police in Cambridge have just tweeted this picture showing a tree on a car in the city this afternoon:

    View more on twitter
  11. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: A1 Bedfordshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    A1 Bedfordshire northbound severe disruption, between A421 Great Barford Bypass and A428.

    A1 Bedfordshire - Lane closed and very slow traffic on A1 Great North Road northbound in Bedford between Black Cat Roundabout and the A428 junction, because of an incident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  12. Storm Doris: Strong winds recorded in the region

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    Here's where the strongest gusts are at the moment across the East - with Weybourne in North Norfolk clocking up a powerful 81mph.

    Weatherman  Dan Holley says it's the strongest wind gust in the region since 28 October 2013. 

    Wittering near Peterborough isn't far behind, with winds recorded this afternoon at a rapid 74mph.

    View more on twitter
  13. Storm Doris: Lorries overturn on Essex/Cambridgeshire border

    Two lorries have gone over on the M11.

    The Highways Agency say that the road is closed northound between junctions eight and nine .  These pictures have been tweeted by Jamie Knox:

    View more on twitter
    View more on twitter

    PS You might recognise our "special correspondent". Jamie Knox made his debut as Michelle Fowler's new love interest, Nathan, in EastEnders last week.

  14. Storm Doris: Passengers injured in overturned bus

    We're also getting reports that a bus has overturned on the B198 at West Walton, near Wisbech.

    It's understood five people have been taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.

    We'll bring you the very latest once we have it.  

  15. Storm Doris: Driver injured in overturned lorry

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    These pictures show the power of Storm Doris today.

    This lorry overturned on the A1 near the junction for the A14 at Brampton Hut. The driver suffered minor injuries.

    Take it easy on the roads out there.  

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    Lorry crash
  16. Animal oxygen masks now in every fire station

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    It's always important to think of our four-legged friends in the event of a fire.

    Cambridgeshire fire crews  do - and now animal-friendly oxygen masks will be available for teams in every station in the county. 

    The masks were donated to Cambs Fire and Rescue service after it joined forces with the charity  Smokey Paws , which provides first aid equipment for animals.

    Dogsthorpe firefighter Neil Hoskin put his retirement on hold to complete county-wide training on the use of the masks. 

    Here he is with his five year-old husky, Lexie, who's proving quite the actress.  

    Demonstrating animal mask use

    “They are not just for fires and smoke inhalation," Mr Hoskin said.

    "They can be used to help revive an animal after blood loss, trauma, drowning, even heat exhaustion. All the reasons you would give oxygen to a human for, you would do the same for an animal."

  17. Elsewhere in the county: what the papers say

    Orla Moore

    BBC Local Live

    As well as local updates on the progress of #stormdoris - here's a brief look at the stories making the county's papers today: 

    • The Cambridge News says more than a third of parents do not know if their children are being taught by qualified staff in their nursery. There's a shortage of 2,300 nursery teachers in the East of England
    • A landlord in Peterborough has been fined for breaching an order stopping him from letting out a "hazardous" flat above his restaurant in Park Road, according to the Telegraph
    • And in the Newmarket Journal , the mother of missing airman Corrie Mckeague has backed the police over delays to the search of a landfill site in Cambridgeshire.
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  18. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: A10 Cambridgeshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A10 Cambridgeshire both ways severe disruption, between Station Road and The Limes.

    A10 Cambridgeshire - A10 High Street in Harston blocked in both directions between Pemberton Arms and The Limes junction, because of a fallen tree.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time