A call for people across the South East to be on their guard for possible flooding has been made by the Environment Agency for the weekend.
The forecast for the weekend is strong winds and heavy rain, with parts of the South East due to get up to three centimetres.
Heavy rainfall on already saturated ground could cause flooding on low-lying land and roads.
Environment Agency staff are monitoring the situation and will issue flood alerts and warnings on their website if necessary.
Visit www.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood for information.
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