Londoners can expect some disruption to travel this Friday, August 18 as the Met Office issues a yellow weather warning.

It comes as thunderstorms are set to batter the region following days of sunshine and clear skies for most. 

Now, the morning from 6am to 12pm will see the weather warning in place with the Met Office sharing to expect "some localised disruption".

The Met Office has also added another yellow weather warning for Saturday, August 19 with thunderstorms expected from 8pm until 5am.

You can see the full weather forecast via the Met Office website.

Met Office warns of thunderstorms to hit London

The Met Office has shared what to expect from the weather warning, sharing that there is "a good chance driving conditions will be affected by spray, standing water."

They added that some buildings may be affected by flooding and some could also be hit by lighting strikes causing short-term loss of power.

Discussing the weather warning, a Met Office spokesperson said: "A line of thunderstorms is expected to develop during Friday morning and move gradually northeast before weakening into the afternoon.

"Whilst most places will only see a short period of heavy rain, a few places may see 30-40 mm of rain in less than 2 hours. In addition to heavy rain, some thunderstorms may produce frequent lightning."