London has been placed on a yellow weather warning for rain today (Monday), which will last until 6am tomorrow (Tuesday).

A number of weather warnings, including two amber wind alerts, were put in place by the Met Office across the country for Sunday, when Storm Isha swooped in.

Rail, sea and air travellers are set to face disruption, with closures, cancellations and delays expected across a number of services.

Damage to homes and buildings, falling trees, power cuts, flying debris, large waves and even some flooding in places should also be expected, forecasters warn.

London will see a few well-scattered blustery showers during the day, with Tuesday looking more unsettled with further wet and windy weather.

Here is the hour-by-hour forecast for today (Monday)

7am - Clear

8am - Clear

9am - Sunny

10am - Sunny

11am - Sunny

12pm - Sunny

1pm - Sunny intervals 

2pm - Sunny intervals

3pm - Sunny intervals

4pm - Sunny

5pm - Clear 

6pm - Clear 

7pm - Clear 

8pm - Clear 

9pm - Clear 

10pm - Clear 

11pm - Clear 

Here is the hour-by-hour for tomorrow (Tuesday)

6am - Cloudy

9pm - Heavy rain 

12pm - Heavy rain 

3pm - Light rain

6pm - Overcast

9pm - Overcast

Forecast in full


Largely dry with bright or sunny spells. Perhaps a few well-scattered blustery showers during the day. Windy with gales at first, gradually easing later. Temperatures near normal. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Unsettled Tuesday, with further wet and windy weather sweeping east. Largely dry with sunny spells Wednesday. Dry at first Thursday, before wet and windy weather arrives later. Often mild.

Chief Meteorologist, Dan Suri, said: “Storm Isha will bring strong winds to the whole of the UK through Sunday and into Monday.

"The areas of particular concern are reflected by a large Amber severe weather warning which covers Northern Ireland, central and southern Scotland, Wales, much of northern England as well as southwestern parts of England.

“In these regions we could see gusts frequently between 50-60mph and even up to 80mph in exposed coastal locations.

"As the storm starts to move away on Monday morning very strong winds will also develop in the far southeast of England, bringing the risk of 70-80mph gusts here too in the early hours of Monday morning.

“Storm Isha will bring a disruptive spell of weather to the UK with strong winds across the whole country.

"Heavy rain will cause additional hazards, particularly in the west.

"A number of severe weather warnings for rain have also been issued. Keep up to date with the Met Office warnings and pay close attention to guidance from your local authority.”