Communities along the south coast between Dorset and Kent are warned that more flash flooding could be on the way later today,
The unsettled period of wet weather is predicted to continue across the South East throughout this week. The Environment Agency is urging residents to be aware of the risk of localised surface water flooding, from overwhelmed drains, along the South coast later this afternoon.
The Environment Agency says the ground is currently saturated due to recent heavy rain and the possibility remains that flood alerts and isolated flood warnings could be issued with further significant rainfall.
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Wednesday morning's weather for the east of the region
Wednesday morning's weather for the west of the region