The Met Office has warned that parts of southern England will freeze over in the coming days amid another warning of flooding.

Large parts of Oxfordshire were thrown into chaos by the floods earlier this month, with homes evacuated and major roads closed.

A flood warning is currently in place for the whole of England.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "Land, roads and some properties may flood and there may be travel disruption.

"Local groundwater flooding is expected in parts of the South of England over the next five days."

Here is the Met Office's forecast for Oxfordshire over the coming days:


Dry, and sunny but very cold for much of the region. Cloudier at times, but likely remaining dry with mainly light northerly winds. Maximum temperature 3 °C.


A largely dry, clear and very cold evening and night ahead. Breeziest towards coasts. Severe frosts develop overnight, with a further risk of icy patches. Minimum temperature -6 °C.


Another cold day, with temperatures taking time to rise above freezing. Rather bright for most parts, with long sunny spells. Another frost is possible overnight. Maximum temperature 3 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

A mild, but unsettled spell will arrive through Saturday, with strong winds, bands of heavy rain and cloudy conditions dominating the weekend. Brighter but showery Monday.

Call Floodline for advice

Telephone: 0345 988 1188
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Areas prone to flooding may already have flood groups and community hubs where you can find food, clothing, shelter and advice during a flood.

Some areas have community flood wardens - volunteers who monitor a specific local area and inform its residents when flooding is likely.

Visit the National Flood Forum or call them on 01299 403 055 for help in finding local support. You can also try searching for local flood groups on social media.