The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms across London.

Temperatures in London are set to soar as high as 30C this weekend.

The yellow warning from the Met Office is in place from 2pm until 9pm on Saturday, June 10 and 12pm until 9pm on Sunday, June 11.

Some areas could be battered by more than 60mm of rainfall in just a few hours on Sunday, with a yellow warning in place for much of the western side of the UK between 12pm and 9pm.

Here is the forecast for Saturday

7am - Sunny

8am – Sunny

9am – Sunny

10am – Sunny

11am – Sunny

12pm – Sunny

1pm – Sunny

2pm – Sunny

3pm – Cloudy

4pm – Cloudy

5pm – Sunny intervals

6pm – Cloudy

7pm – Cloudy

8pm – Cloudy

9pm – Cloudy

10pm – Cloudy

11pm - Cloudy

Here is the forecast for Sunday

7am - Cloudy

10am – Sunny intervals

1pm – Sunny intervals

4pm – Cloudy

7pm – Sunny intervals

10pm – Clear

Here is the forecast in full


Any low cloud quickly clearing to leave a fine and mostly dry day with plenty of sunshine. Very warm or locally hot. Chance of heavy showers or thunderstorms developing later. Maximum temperature 31 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday

Turning more unsettled Sunday and Monday, with sunshine and showers, locally heavy and thundery at times. Fewer showers on Tuesday. Warm nights and very warm, or locally hot by day.

Met Office spokesperson Stephen Dixon said: “What we see later in the forecast and today is the start of a bit of a change in tide through the weekend, which will see temperatures increase, but also increase the chances of some impactful, thundery showers for some.

“As we move into Sunday, that risk really persists in terms of thundery downpours being possible.

“A second yellow thunderstorm warning has been issued from midday on Sunday through to 9pm on Sunday.”