London is set to be hit by rain all day on Friday as the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning.

A yellow weather warning is in place from 6am – 8pm for heavy rain across London and the south east of England.

Tomorrow, the day is expected to begin with spells of rain and wind, followed by potential showery and thundery spells in the afternoon.

According to the Met Office, an area of low pressure from the south could potentially bring between 6 to 12 hours of rainfall across south east England tomorrow, leading to potential disruption.

Precise figures have not been confirmed by Met Office, but there is a potential chance that areas could see between 30 – 50mm of rainfall, with some areas in Essex and Kent likely to experience up to 75mm of rainfall.

What to expect?

Met Office has warned that the rainfall could lead to potential flooding, which could lead to damage to some buildings.

Wet roads and possible flooding may also lead to difficult driving conditions, with a potential chance of some roads being closed.

Tomorrow's wet weather may also lead to some delays or cancellations on public transport services as a result.

Tomorrow’s forecast in full:

A wet and windy start on Friday.

Rain clearing northwards, with brighter skies and scattered showers developing in the afternoon, locally heavy and possibly thundery.

Winds easing.

Maximum temperature 16 °C.