London is set to be hit with heavy wind and rain tomorrow (Thursday) with yellow weather warnings in place from the Met Office.

A yellow warning for rain has been issued across the whole of London from 5am until 5pm, along with a yellow warning for wind which is in place from 8am until 6pm tomorrow.

The Met Office has warned that there is a possibility of disruption tomorrow due to potential flooding and strong winds.

A band of rain will move in Thursday bringing heavy downpours throughout the afternoon clearing towards the evening.  

In London, the day is predicted to start cloudy and damp, with a band of rain moving from the northwest towards lunchtime, turning heavy at times along with gusty winds.

Most places covered under the warning are likely to see between 10 to 15 mm of rainfall, with heavier rainfall potentially falling in other areas.

Some areas may see lightning and thunder, along with strong gusts of up to 50 miles an hour with a chance of hail.

The Met Office has warned that tomorrow's weather may cause some disruption due to strong winds and potential flooding from heavy rainfall.

What to expect on Thursday:

Some places could be hit by power cuts and loss of services due to the weather conditions.

Some places including homes and roads could potentially be flooded, with warnings of damage to buildings along with delays and cancellations on travel services.

Spray and flooding on roads and windy conditions may lead to some roads and bridges being closed, and more difficult driving conditions, with advice being issued to drivers and commuters to check before travelling.

Wind may also lead to damage to buildings, affecting power supplies and other services.

The Met Office has also advised that there is a small chance of injuries and “danger to life” because of flying debris.