DESPITE a dry weekend, authorities are warning that some Oxfordshire residents are still likely to be affected by flooding.

There are flood warnings in place from the Environment Agency is Islip and Oxford, as well as road closures in parts of Oxfordshire due to flooding.

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This afternoon, Magdalen College in Oxford posted a video showing the extent of flooding on its land.

According to Oxfordshire County Council, current levels on the Thames, Cherwell and are other watercourses remain high following heavy rain during the week as the effects run through the river network.

The Environment Agency's flood map details all the warnings and alerts here

Matt Chapman, of Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, said: "Many county council staff have been busy throughout the current flood situation, including highways, fire and rescue officers and crews, the Emergency Planning Unit and emergency response volunteers and care services, all working in trying circumstances due to the rainfall.

Oxford Mail:

Flooding at Woodeaton. Picture: Oxfordshire County Council.

"The best advice for residents is to be prepared for flooding, and avoid driving through flooded streets. Residents can keep up to date with the latest weather forecasts and Environment Agency alerts."

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The public can get in touch with the council 0345 310 1111 about road problems caused by flooding.

Oxford Mail:

Flooding at Middle Barton Road. Picture: Oxfordshire County Council.

Which roads are closed due to flooding?

Oxfordshire County Council has listed the following roads as being closed by flood waters, correct as of 10.15am:

The Old Minster in Minster Lovell

Lower Street, Islip

Middle Street, Islip

Merton to Islip (at Oddington Bend)

Roads in the village of Wendlebury

Station Road in Cropredy

Church Hill Tackley

Woodeaton – the B4027 to Marston​

Marsh Gibbon Bicester Rd

These roads are flood affected but passable with care:

Juncton of Evans Lane and Mill Street, Kidlington

Tadmarton Road, Bloxham

A4095 Lince Lane near the junction with the B4027 Station Road

Station Road, Launton

Five Ways Junction to Shutford Road in Tadmarton

Cassington Road, Yarnton

Bayswater Road, Oxford

Ploughley Road, Lower Arncott

The road between Barford St John and Barford St Michael

Woodstock Road, Charlbury

Lower Road, Eynsham

Fecot Road, Murcott

Station Road, Launton