While there is a serious side to the floods, there are some people who have been taking advantage of the extra water everywhere, by having some fun.
Wakeboarders have been pictured surfing in Bedford Road underground car park in Guildford. Jorge Gill and Jack Hammersley used a winch and pulley system to pull the boards along at high speed between the concrete pillars.
Sandbags have been placed outside the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford as the water level rose on the neighbouring River Wey in Surrey.
The search for a man who went missing from Porthleven on New Year's Day will resume just before midday.
The 27-year-old man from Guildford disappeared after going for a night swim with friends at Loe Bar.
The search was difficult yesterday because conditions were treacherous. Today's search will take place at low water.
A man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of possessing articles in relation to explosives.
The arrest comes following the cordon in Portsmouth Road and Ferry Lane in Guildford earlier this afternoon.
Surrey officers have placed a cordon in Guildford after concerns were raised over items found at an address.
Police were called to the Ferry Lane/ Portsmouth Road area at 12.15pm on Friday 20th December.
A 100m cordon has been put in place in the immediate area and members of the public are advised to avoid the area and take alternative routes.
Residents in Surrey are being asked to think about their personal relationships. With twelve thousand domestic abuse incidents reported in 2012 they are being asked if they could spot the warning signs of a relationship that could turn violent.
The maintenance will be carried out over five nights from tomorrow on the bridge which carries the A3 over the A322 roundabout. The work will take place from Monday 7 October for five nights, finishing on the morning of Saturday 12 October.
All work will take place overnight between 10pm and 6am and in lanes with signage about the 10mph speed limit in place on approach to the work.
A teenage cyclist was allegedly assaulted when he was riding along a country lane near Guilford on Tuesday.
The incident is said to have happened on Combe Lane in Shere on Tuesday afternoon at 4.20pm when the 17-year-old was overtaken by a car which then stopped further along the rural road.
A man is alleged to have got out of the passenger side of a silver hatchback and approached the cyclist, shouting at him. The victim was hit on the forehead and fell to the ground where he was then further punched and kicked.
The suspect is described as a white man, aged 20-21, 5ft 10” tall, medium build. He was a skin head, was clean shaven and wore a baggy black top and trousers.
The vehicle is described as a silver hatch back, either a Vauxhall Astra or Corsa, which was in good condition and a few years old.