Flash floods are causing traffic delays and problems around the county.

Trees and power lines have toppled and blocked roads across Sussex.

And in Brighton, large amounts of surface water have built up around Victoria Gardens.

The Met Office had issued a yellow warning for rain and wind across part of the South East from 7.40pm until midnight.

It warned of a "short period of very heavy rain and gusty winds" causing temporary flooding of some roads, causing power cuts and making travel difficult.

Pictures sent to The Argus also show flooding in Rottingdean High Street. 

And bins have been seen floating down the road in Elm Grove.

Firefighters have been called out to ease the issues.

West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service said on Twitter: "Our crew from @LittlehamptonFS attended Grand Avenue in the town tonight after utility cables came down in the high winds.

"@UKPowerNetworks also in attendance. There is more bad weather forecast tomorrow, so please take extra care out there."

No weather warnings are currently in place for Sussex on Sunday - but more rain is set to fall.

The Met Office says the day will start with heavy showers, turning to thundery showers by lunchtime.

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