Flood warnings remain in place across Surrey after the UK was struck by a storm for the second weekend in a row.
The Environment Agency has warnings in place around Horley, Cobham, Leatherhead, Guildford, Farnham and Colnbrook.
People living near flooded rivers are being warned not to walk along riverside paths.
Many roads were left submerged by the weekend's torrential rain and by Monday morning more than 20 flood warnings were in place.
Areas currently affected in Surrey are:
- Broadbridge Heath to Pallingham Quay on the River Arun
- Cranleigh Waters at Bramley
- Cranleigh Waters near Cranleigh and Shamley Green
- Freshfield Bridge to Sharpsbridge
- Hoe Stream at Woking
- Properties closest to the River Kennet at the Burghfield, Southcote, Coley and Holybrook areas
- River Loddon and River Blackwater at Swallowfield
- River Loddon at Lower Earley and Sindlesham
- River Loddon at Winnersh and Woodley
- River Mole at Leatherhead and Fetcham
- River Mole at Stoke D`Abernon, Cobham and South Hersham
- River Pang at Tidmarsh
- River Wey at Elstead and Eashing
- River Wey at Godalming, Peasmarsh and Shalford
- River Wey at Guildford
- River Wey at Old Woking
- River Wey at Tilford
- Tillingbourne at Chilworth and Shalford
The aftermath of Storm Dennis continued to cause transport chaos as train lines and roads were blocked by flooding and fallen trees.
South Western Railway, Southern and Thameslink were among the operators with delays and cancellations on Monday.
No trains could run through Mitcham Junction in south London as the electric third rail was switched off due to flooding.
Two out of three lanes of the A3 southbound between the M25 and Ockham were closed due to floodwater from an adjacent field spilling on to the carriageway.