Heavy rain washes out Sussex roads

The Argus: Standing water after heavy rain in Pavilion Parade, Brighton Standing water after heavy rain in Pavilion Parade, Brighton

An amber warning has been issued by the Met Office as high winds follow today's heavy rain.

Gale-force winds gusting between 60-65mph are expected until 9pm tonight.

Rain has caused flooding on the A24 in Findon and Ham Road, Shoreham-by-sea.

What problems have you experienced due to today's bad weather? The Argus would like to hear from you.

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4:04pm Fri 14 Dec 12

sussexram40 says...

No problems here but thanks for asking. Decided to stay in today.
No problems here but thanks for asking. Decided to stay in today. sussexram40

6:39pm Fri 14 Dec 12

Metro Reader says...

It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose.

Blocked drains are a problem
It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose. Blocked drains are a problem Metro Reader

6:39pm Fri 14 Dec 12

Metro Reader says...

It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose.

Blocked drains are a problem
It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose. Blocked drains are a problem Metro Reader

6:56pm Fri 14 Dec 12

PETE OF QUEENS PARK says...

There are drains on Queens Park Estate that have never ever been cleaned out in years,they are full to the top with dirt and rubbish and the water just cascades down the slopes until it finally finds an escape so if the council wants to sort it out start in Clayton road
There are drains on Queens Park Estate that have never ever been cleaned out in years,they are full to the top with dirt and rubbish and the water just cascades down the slopes until it finally finds an escape so if the council wants to sort it out start in Clayton road PETE OF QUEENS PARK

7:01pm Fri 14 Dec 12

Mr Sworld says...

Metro Reader wrote:
It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose.

Blocked drains are a problem
It's called Vehicle Emission Duty.

Do keep up. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose. Blocked drains are a problem[/p][/quote]It's called Vehicle Emission Duty. Do keep up. ;-) Mr Sworld

10:57pm Fri 14 Dec 12

funkyyoyo says...

bring on the rain, so it can wash away the urine and sick that appears in our great town in shop doorways!!!
bring on the rain, so it can wash away the urine and sick that appears in our great town in shop doorways!!! funkyyoyo

12:29pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Hove Actually says...

Mr Sworld wrote:
Metro Reader wrote:
It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose.

Blocked drains are a problem
It's called Vehicle Emission Duty.

Do keep up. ;-)
I have no problem calling it VED instead of road tax. however blocked drains are a hazard to road uses and people walking by the puddle and in these cold times they are a greater problem if they freeze
[quote][p][bold]Mr Sworld[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose. Blocked drains are a problem[/p][/quote]It's called Vehicle Emission Duty. Do keep up. ;-)[/p][/quote]I have no problem calling it VED instead of road tax. however blocked drains are a hazard to road uses and people walking by the puddle and in these cold times they are a greater problem if they freeze Hove Actually

6:08pm Sat 15 Dec 12

panda_electrical says...

Mr Sworld wrote:
Metro Reader wrote:
It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose.

Blocked drains are a problem
It's called Vehicle Emission Duty.

Do keep up. ;-)
Or Vehicle Excise Duty as it actually is.....
[quote][p][bold]Mr Sworld[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: It would not so bad if the road fund licence or road tax was used for its intended purpose. Blocked drains are a problem[/p][/quote]It's called Vehicle Emission Duty. Do keep up. ;-)[/p][/quote]Or Vehicle Excise Duty as it actually is..... panda_electrical

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