Flood warnings in River Arun, River Uck also affected

Flooding is “expected” in parts of Sussex after a series of flood warnings were issued across the region.

Parts of the River Adur near Mock Bridge near Henfield have rained heavily in the last 24 hours meaning gardens, fields and roads in the area could be flooded.

There are ten warnings across the region, including for the Upper Arun and the River Uck. The warnings mean flooding is “possible” in affected areas.

A flood warning on the government website said: “The Adur River is high and rising.

“Some roads may become impassable. Please avoid driving on routes prone to flooding, including the A281 at Mock Bridge. We continue to monitor levels and forecasts.” The warning also states that the river may not start falling until Tuesday, December 20.

Elsewhere in the region, flooding is also a possibility in Buxted, Uckfield and Wanford as flood warnings are in place for the River Uck and Upper Arun.

The flood warnings come amid reports that the A21 near Battle has been closed in both directions due to flooding.

A rise in temperature may also cause snowfall to melt earlier in some areas, which could worsen flooding.

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