Overnight downpours saw parts of the capital submerged in water as people began their early morning commute to work.
Hardest hit was the A40 near Park Royal where Ealing Police issued a warning urging drivers to take "extra care" on their travels on Wednesday May 17.
The image from @TfLTrafficNews shows flooding in Western Avenue at the junction with Mansfield Road at around 5.30am.
Flooding issues were also reported close to the A4 Hammersmith Flyover in Chiswick.
While today has seen outbreaks of rain in parts of west London, the temperatures have been humid.
On Tuesday May 16, the Met Office recorded the hottest day of the year so far with temperatures soaring to 25.8 in Kent.
There is yet more bad weather to come tonight as the Met Office predicts two weeks worth of rain in the space of just a few hours on Wednesday.
For more information on today's flooding and weather condition visit our blog.
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