After another night of heavy rain, four more flood warnings have been issued.

The Environment Agency has issued eight flood warnings across England today, half of which are in Sussex.

This comes after flooding on the River Arun at Pulborough yesterday.

The village was hit with a month's rainfall in just one week.

Dramatic photographs also showed flooding at Alfriston on Monday.

The Environment Agency said another 20mm of rain overnight has caused river levels along the Cuckmere to rise.

The Argus: Flooding at Pulborough yesterdayFlooding at Pulborough yesterday (Image: Sussex News and Pictures)

The River Ouse is also rising again after 15mm of rain fell overnight.nother 20mm of rain fell Tuesday night.

Near Shermanbury, the River Adur is rising again. 

"Flood water could approach riverside properties at Mock Bridge near Shermanbury. Some roads may become impassable," said the Environment Agency.

The four warnings are in place for:

  • Alfriston
  • Barcombe Mills
  • Hellingly and Horsebridge
  • Mock Bridge, near Shermanbury