This morning Londoners are being met with heavy rain, as parts of the capital are hit by flash flooding amid weather warnings. 

Many travellers have seen their journey disrupted as some roads were forced to close, including the A41 at Hendon Way where a motorist become stuck after driving through the flood waters. 

Train services are also heavily impacted, with many currently severely delayed or partially suspended. 

The flash flooding comes after the Met Office placed a yellow weather warning across the South East of England for heavy rain. 

The warning is expected to last until 3pm but there are suggestions to expect flooding and serious disruption to journeys and to plan ahead to avoid the issues. 

The rain is expected to clear in the afternoon with some risks of heavy thundershowers later in the day. 

London Underground services amid flash flooding

Many services are being heavily impacted by the heavy rainfall this morning in the capital. 

Bakerloo Line: No service between Queen's Park and Harrow & Wealdstone due to a signal failure at Harlesden. 

District Line: No service between Earl's Court and Richmond / Ealing Broadway due to a signal failure caused by flooding at Richmond and Acton Town.

Elizabeth Line: Severe delays between Liverpool Street and Shenfield while the service recovers from a late finish of engineering work

London Overground: No service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction due to signal failures at West Croydon and Wandsworth Road. 

Piccadilly Line: Severe delays between Acton Town and Uxbridge while we fix a signal failure caused by flooding at Acton Town. MINOR DELAYS between Acton Town and Arnos Grove

London Tramlink: Minor delays due to a shortage of Trams.

Get the latest updates via the TfL website.