A YELLOW weather warning has been issued for Oxfordshire this Saturday due to the risk of heavy, thundery showers across south east England.
The Met Office said they cannot be sure exactly where these showers will form but there is a risk of torrential downpours, hail and strong winds leading to significant flooding. There is also a risk of lightning.
The warning is valid from 3am until 11.55pm on Saturday and the Met Office have warned the public to be aware of the risks of the bad weather and prepared for possible disruption.
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