London could see strong winds bringing down power lines and trees on Monday (February 8) as storm Imogen hits the UK.
It is thought that large parts of Britain, including the capital, are set to be battered by 40 to 50mph winds and heavy rain on Monday as Storm Imogen sweeps in, warns forecasters.
Warnings have also been issued for large parts of the south west with forecasters predicting fierce winds and huge waves on the coastline.
The Met Office has issued weather warnings of wind for large parts of the south west and the Thames Estuary as the storm sweeps in from the English Channel.
Storm Imogen is threatening to bring down trees and power lines and could cause travel misery for the morning commute,
High winds are also set to carry thundery downpours throughout the day that have the potential to cause problems into the evening rush hour.
Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: "We have issued a broad yellow warning of wind that encompasses Cardiff, Bristol and into the Thames Estuary.
"There is an amber warning for wind mainly focused on Devon and Cornwall but stretching into central England on Monday morning.
"This means people should be prepared for disruption to travel on roads, rail, bridges and ferries and we could see possible damage to structures and downed trees risk affecting power.”