The Environment Agency has issued flood alerts following heavy rain overnight.
Roads and low-lying land near the Upper Mole at Horley were expected to flood today (Wednesday March 9).
The EA warned properties near the Upper River Ouse at Lindfield Bridge could flood as water levels were predicted to peak this afternoon.
Cranleigh roads and low-lying land was expected to flood after levels on the Cranleigh Waters rose quickly throught the night.
The weather has been forecast to be mostly rainy today and mostly dry tomorrow.
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