River Adur East Branch

Flood Alert

The River Adur is forecast to rise Thursday morning in response to a predicted 20 mm of rain Wednesday night. From 12:00 Thursday (14/11/2019) flooding could affect fields, rural roads and gardens along the Adur. Impacts should be relatively minor and similar to recent weeks. The forecast is still uncertain though. There is a low probability we could see more rain and flooding may also affect properties at Mock Bridge near Shermanbury. Further showers are possible Thursday, Friday and Saturday but shouldn't make water levels higher. The river will peak by 18:00 Thursday 14/11/2019, returning to more normal conditions by Friday afternoon (15/11/2019). Please plan to avoid driving through routes vulnerable to flooding, as specified above. We will continue to monitor the forecast. This message will be updated by 12:00 14/11/2019.

This information last updated 4:28pm, Wednesday 13th November.

Flood Warning Area Details

The River Adur and tributaries from Burgess Hill to Henfield

Region: South East

Counties covered: East Sussex, West Sussex

Watercourses covered: Adur

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for River Adur East Branch.

Icons on the map show nearby level monitoring stations. They are not necessarily related to this particular flood warning area.

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Lower Adur
The Lower Adur and tributaries from Henfield to Shoreham-by-Sea

No current or recent warnings.

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