A WEATHER warning for heavy rain across Oxford has been issued by the Met Office. 

The forecasters say there is a ‘small chance’ that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly and a ‘slight chance’ of power cuts over the next few days.

The Yellow Weather warning will be in place across the south of England - starting at 6am on Wednesday (December 23) through until 6am on Thurday (December 24). 

Here is what the weather will look like over the next few days: 

Oxford Mail:

Tuesday (December 22): Overcast changing to light rain by the early evening. Highs of 9C.

Wednesday (December 23): Yellow weather warning. Highs of 10C. 

Thursday (December 24): Yellow weather warning. Highs of 4C. 

Friday (December 25): Clear changing to cloudy by lunchtime. Highs of 5C. 

Saturday (December 26): Cloudy changing to light rain by lunchtime. Highs of 8C. 

Sunday (December 27): Light rain changing to cloudy by early evening. Highs of 7C. 

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