Well things dont look like improving anytime soon with over a months worth of rain set to fall on Wednesday for London and the South East.
In total as much as 60 to 80mm will fall in places with rain pretty much constant from mid morning until around 9pm.
Thursday should bring much brighter prospects, with highs of around 20/21C.
However things are changing again at the end of the week when another band of rain moves in on Friday evening into Saturday.
See the full Met Office forecast below:
Between 00:05 Wed 9th and 23:55 Wed 9th
An area of heavy rain will sink slowly southwards across the east and southeast of England during Wednesday. Some transport routes may be affected by localised flooding leading to longer journey times. In addition, flooding of homes and businesses is possible. The heaviest of the rain should gradually become confined to the extreme southeast of the UK later in the day.
Chief Forecaster’s assessment
An area of showers will spread from the Irish Sea across Wales, and parts of southwest and south England on Tuesday. Whilst many areas will not see the heaviest of these, accumulations of 15-20 mm in an hour are possible along with 30 mm or so in 2 or 3 hours.