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

The forecasters say there is a 'likely' chance that some homes and businesses could be flooded quickly.

The Yellow Weather warning will be in place across most of England - starting at midnight on Wednesday (January 20)  through until 3am on Thursday (January 21). 

In Oxford, there will be strong winds, of speeds up to 38mph. 

It comes after Christmas Day flooding caused devastation across the county. 

Here's what the weather in Oxford looks like for this week: 

Oxford Mail:

Today: Cloudy changing to heavy rain in the afternoon. Highs of 7C. 

Tuesday (January 19): Light rain changing to cloudy by mid-morning. Highs of 10C. 

Wednesday (January 20): Yellow weather warning. Wind gusts of 38mph. Highs of 11C. 

Thursday (January 21): Yellow weather warning. Wind gusts of 32mph. Highs of 7C. 

Friday (January 22): Partly cloudy changing to sunny intervals by lunchtime. Highs of 6C. 

Saturday (January 23): Cloudy. Highs of 5C. 

Sunday (January 24): Cloudy. Highs of 5C. 


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