Several flood warnings are in place across Sussex after heavy rain across the county.

Rain fell on water-logged ground across parts of Sussex, causing flooding on some roads.

A yellow weather warning was issued by the Met Office yesterday after the county was battered by strong winds and heavy rain.

Two flood warnings, meaning flooding is expected, are in place for Fittleworth on the Western Rother and Barcombe Mills.

Flooding has also been reported along the A29 in Shripney, near Bognor, with motorists urged to approach with care.

Several flood alerts, which provides advance notice of the possibility of flooding, are in place across Sussex:

  • Aldingbourne and Barnham Rifes
  • Combe Haven
  • Cuckmere River
  • Groundwater flooding in Patcham
  • Groundwater flooding in West Dean, Singleton, Charlton, East Dean and Chilgrove
  • River Adur East Branch
  • River Adur West Branch
  • Rivers Tillingham and Brede
  • River Rother and its tributaries from Turks Bridge to the Royal Military Canal
  • River Uck
  • Upper Ouse
  • Upper River Medway
  • Western Rother