Oxfordshire is set for heavy showers throughout Thursday on the back of recent flooding across the county.

The Met Office’s forecast indicates rainfall starting from 3am lasting until at least 3pm.

Following this, the remainder of the afternoon should be overcast.

Temperatures will remain at five degrees Celsius from midnight to noon.

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Whilst rainfall on Saturday (February 10) and Sunday (February 11) will not be as heavy, the forecast shows both days will be “overcast changing to light showers in the afternoon.”

Temperatures are set to remain as low as four degrees Celsius.

The county was last beset by rainfall at the beginning of last month, during which many areas of were submerged by flood water, which prompted a visit from Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to the Environment Agency in the Osney area of Oxford