With not long to go until the Coronation weekend, the Met Office's most recent forecast suggests the weather could be very dull in Oxfordshire.

If you are planning on going to a street party this weekend to celebrate King Charles III’s Coronation then bringing an umbrella could be a good idea.

The Met Office’s forecast for the bank holiday weekend is light showers on both Saturday and Sunday, and there is no sign of the miserable weather going away on Monday.

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On Saturday, the Met Office has forecast it will be overcast in the morning but the chances of rain are low at around 10 per cent.

The sun could come out between 1pm and 4pm but the chance of rain is also set to increase to around 40 per cent.

On Saturday evening, the chance of rain increases to 50 per cent at 7pm, although temperatures are likely to be fairly high throughout the day.

The maximum temperature will be 16C.

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However, the day is likely to be very humid, with humidity starting at around 94 per cent at 7am and reaching a high of 87 per cent at 10pm.

The weather on Sunday morning will not be too indifferent from Saturday, as it will largely be overcast with the chance of rain at around 20 per cent.

Sunshine is expected between 1pm and 7pm and temperatures will reach a maximum of 17C.

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On bank holiday Monday, the weather is set to be overcast again in the morning, although there are expected to be sunny spells between 1pm and 7pm.

Temperatures will reach a maximum of 16C in the afternoon, and the humidity will remain high at around 70 per cent in the afternoon.