River levels are still high on the Adur, but have now peaked and are falling through Mock Bridge near Henfield, after Storm Dennis's widespread heavy rain. Flood impacts will ease, but may continue to affect fields, gardens and rural roads until river levels fall further. Please continue to take care in, and around flood affected areas, flood water can contain hidden dangers. Rain has now cleared, and only isolated showers are expected until Thursday 20/2/2020. These showers are unlikely to cause river levels to rise significantly, if at all, but river levels may not return to normal until Tuesday 18/2/2020. Please plan to avoid driving through routes vulnerable to flooding, which may still be affected today. We will continue to monitor the levels and forecast and will re-issue messages if the risk of flooding increases.
This information last updated 8:55am, Monday 17th February.
The River Adur and tributaries from Burgess Hill to Henfield
Region: South East
Counties covered: East Sussex, West Sussex
Watercourses covered: Adur
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.
Note: the area shown on the map is the area covered by flood alerts and warnings. It is not a live map of current flooding. The area covered broadly equates to the area where the fisk of flooding in any year is greater than 1% (the "hundred year" flood risk).
No current or recent warnings.