Sussex road closure update - dozens shut in West Sussex
Here is the latest on Sussex roads just in time for the rush-hour.
Sussex has been heavily hit by gales and flooding. See our earlier report for details of the serious problems in West Sussex overnight.
Take care driving as more rain is expected throughout the evening and in the morning when further problems are expected.
About 2.5 inches of rain have fallen in the Bognor Regis area since Sunday evening, according to the Environment Agency.
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Rainfall is set to continue today and already a number of roads are closed particularly in Arun and Chichester districts.
These include the A27 between Chichester and Havant, the A29 and A259 at Bognor, the A272 at Petworth and A280 at Long Furlong, Patching.
Insp Phil Nicholas, Road Policing Unit, said: "We are urging drivers to check their speed and drive carefully. Their vision will be hampered by the rain and the spray caused by surface water.
"Throughout last night and today we have been working closely with partner agencies to frequently assess the situation and ensure resources are available where necessary.
The A27 near Chichester had one car that was almost completely submerged and many other roads in Sussex are closed or best avoided.
Details of some of the roads shut are below and if any This Is Sussex readers know of others please leave a comment below.
The A22, Beeching Way near East Grinstead is closed due to flooding.
Aldwick Road near Bognor Regis is about to close so please avoid that area if you can.
Some Southern trains are suffering ten minute delays into Chichester. Flooding at Arundel and Barnham is causing causing delays to services of up to 30 minutes.
Sussex Police are advising drivers to avoid Chichester Road, Bersted, Bognor Regis if at all possible.
The A 283 near Washington is closed due to an accident.
The A22 Lewes Road is closed northbound at the B2110 Lewes Road junction in East Grinstead, because of flooding.
The A259 at Worms Lane, Middleton-on-Sea is closed due to flooding. This road is also closed at Felpham Way, Felpham, near Bognor Regis.
Police are advising drivers to a void he A283, eastbound towards the Wiston turn-off as the water is up to vehicle bonnets.
The A29 at Shripney Road, Shripney is closed due to flooding.
There are now 27 flood alerts in force across rivers in the south-east and more rain is expected that could make the problem worse overnightHoward Davidson, from the Environment Agency said: "We've had a lot of rain - some areas had a month's rainfall in just 24 hours, and unfortunately this has caused some surface water flooding to properties.
"With more unsettled weather forecast for the rest of the week, those at risk should take steps to limit the damage a flood can cause to themselves and their property."