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It will be dry at first with clear spells this evening, but cloud will increase overnight with rain reaching western areas such as Staines around dawn. Minimum temperature will be close to 10C (50F).
In the BBC London 94.9 Sports Show with Phil Parry from 19:00 you can hear full commentary on the Championship match between Birmingham City and Millwall at St Andrews. Can The Lions stretch the winning run to four games?
The A4 Strand is closed between Fleet Street and Aldwych because of an unsafe building, leading to queues on Kingsway to High Holborn.
In Ealing, Castlebar Road is blocked at Amherst Road after an accident. Latest travel information @BBCTravelAlert.
Interior landscape designer Ian Drummond has embedded his work into one of London's grandest railway stations.
He has created an exhibition at St Pancras International station which aims to show how the city and plant life can live side by side. Watch the report by BBC London's Brenda Emmanus.
Coming up: Will he or won't he be heading to Parliament? Renewed speculation about Boris Johnson's political ambitions.
And why Jose Mourinho walked out of a press conference - is the pressure getting to the Special One? See you at 18:30 on BBC London news.
Metropolitan Police searched ex-Kingston Council leader Derek Osbourne's house in June after receiving intelligence and found images of children being subjected to abuse.
Acting Det Ch Insp Keith Braithwaite said: "Derek Osbourne made and distributed indecent images of children. His actions have inevitably contributed to the destruction of many victims' childhoods."
A 41-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of eight-year-old Ayesha Ali in August in east London.
Paramedics were called to a property in Broomfield Road in Chadwell Heath after reports the girl had been injured. Ayesha's mother Polly Chowdhury, 34, has been charged with murder.
On Drivetime, with Eddie Nestor, from 17:00 on BBC London 94.9, we have more about the former leader of Kingston Council, Derek Osbourne, who is facing jail after pleading guilty to possessing about 5,000 indecent images of children.
And we look at the impact of David Cameron's plans to ask GPs surgeries to be open in the evenings and at weekends to make sure patients can get an appointment.