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It'll be rather cloudy overnight but the cloud-cover should help to limit any frost.Copyright: BBC
However, the cloud may be thick enough to produce the odd spot of rain in places, most likely over higher ground such as the Chilterns.
Minimum Temperature: 4C (39F). You can find a full forecast for the next few days on the BBC Weather pages.
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Coming up on the BBC London News this evening:
We'll have a special report about a converted barge that was available to rent but was found to be "a fire waiting to happen" by one safety expert.
And we'll be hearing from a woman who dined at a top London restaurant but discovered her request for a "doggy bag" for her leftover food was anything but straight forward.
Join me at 18:30 tonight on BBC One.
City Hall officials say landmarks across the capital will be lit up tonight in the colours of the Belgian national flag, to pay tribute to those who died in yesterday's attacks in Brussels.Copyright: PA
The London Eye, Tower Bridge, the National Gallery and the National Theatre are among the structures that will be daubed in black, yellow and red.
Boris Johnson said it was "important to pay tribute to the victims, as well as show our solidarity with the people of Brussels".
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Blue Plaques to commemorate Freddie Mercury and Bobby Moore are to go up in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the scheme.
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A former city trader who was jailed for manipulating Libor, the interest rate used by banks to set the price of financial products, has been ordered to pay £878,806.Copyright: Reuters
Judge Jeremy Cooke said Tom Hayes may have to sell his house to cover the amount, deemed to be proceeds of crime.
London’s boroughs have been mapped and ranked according to how fit their residents are – financially fit that is.
Data from analysis of millions of individual credit scores across 3,163 post codes in London has been used to produce the results.
Horticulturalists have been placing plants at the top of the Shard's spire to analyse how they adapt to growing at high altitude.Copyright: PACopyright: PACopyright: PACopyright: PA
Their work comes ahead of the unveiling of the building's own Botanical Gardens, which are due to open 900ft about the London skyline in summer.
There are still severe delays on the Central line because of a broken electricity transformer - with disruption expected to continue until the end of the week.
Drivers on the Piccadilly line are also due to walk out at 21:00 for the first of three 24-hour strikes.
TfL have promised to run extra buses to help travellers and said people trying to get to Heathrow could still use Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express services.
Technology giants including Facebook, Google and Amazon are using their burgeoning wallets to build a new headquarters.Copyright: NBBJ
But rather than choosing the skyscrapers of another age that advertised status vertically, firms are looking for other designs for buildings.
London-based architect Jonathan Ward of NBBJ explains to the BBC's Dougal Shaw what companies now want from a base.
Sir Lenny Henry has been awarded a fellowship of the Royal Television Society alongside a judges award at the RTS Programme Awards.
The actor and comedian told the audience at the ceremony in Covent Garden he was surprised to receive the fellowship, saying it was beyond his "wildest expectations".Copyright: RTS
Sir Lenny won the judges award for his work raising awareness of diversity within the industry.
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Campaigners have hit out at plans to close South London train station ticket offices.Copyright: South London Press
Two men, who admitted they had provided a gun to two students found guilty today of plotting to kill police and soldiers in drive-by shootings in London, have been cleared of conspiracy to murder and preparing terrorist acts.Copyright: CPS
However, Nyall Hamlett, 25, and Nathan Cuffy, 26, who denied knowing what the weapon was going to be used for, did plead guilty to firearms offences.
Two men have been convicted of plotting a drive-by shooting inspired by so-called Islamic State.
Suhaib Majeed, 21, of west London, was convicted of conspiracy to murder and preparation of terrorist acts.Copyright: CPS
The plot's ringleader, Tarik Hassane, 22, also of west London, had already pleaded guilty to the same charges.Copyright: PA
Prosecutors said the men, who were both students at London universities, had been inspired by so-called Islamic State.
They now face life sentences.
Two men have been found guilty of conspiracy to murder and preparation of terrorist acts over London 'drive-by' plot.
However, there was nearly no trophy to win after it was stolen in the build-up to the tournament.Copyright: BBC
A dog called Pickles came to the rescue after it sniffed out the missing trophy.
Owner Dave Corbett has been speaking about how he and Pickles became national heroes.
A judge has ruled that Navinder Sarao, the trader accused of triggering a "flash crash" on Wall Street from his parents' Hounslow home, can be extradited to the US.
The BBC's Andy Verity reports from the hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Londoners have been paying their respects in various ways to remember those who died in yesterday's attacks in Brussels.Copyright: PA
A taxi driver put the colours of the Belgium flag on the electronic display of his cab.Copyright: BBC
Passengers at Waterloo Station joined a minute silence held at 11:00 GMT.Copyright: BBC
And flowers have been laid outside the Belgian embassy in Grosvenor Crescent.
Chelsea defender Papy Djilobodji, who is currently on loan at Werder Bremen, has been banned for three games after making a throat-slitting gesture during his side's 1-1 draw with Mainz.Copyright: Getty Images
The Senegal international made the gesture towards Mainz winger Pablo de Blasis during Saturday's game.
Referee Manuel Graefe missed the incident, but German football officials reviewed the matter.
Werder have appealed against the ban.