Arks at the ready as yet another spell of heavy rain, with gale force winds and even wet snow, will hit Sussex this week.
The county is currently under a deluge of heavy rain, with the Met Office having issued a severe weather warning for today.
The rain will not relent tomorrow, with up to 20mm set to fall.
As it turns colder, the rain could even turn to sleet or wet snow, more likely across the Downs and other hillier areas.
And another severe weather warning has been issued for Friday and Saturday morning.
Up to 30mm of rain will fall and the county will also be buffeted by gale force winds.
The heavy rain should clear by Saturday morning.
Residents are being warned of localised flooding and disruption to transport, especially in areas that have seen flooding recently as the ground is still saturated.