Published: 13:00, 08 January 2015
Parts of Kent could be hit by floods as experts slap a weather warning on the county.
The Met Office has placed the region under a yellow warning for rain throughout the day.
Rain across the south east will be heavy at times today, before clearing later this afternoon, forecasters say.
Kent has been singled out as one of the worst predicted areas in the region, with potential for localised flooding.
A spokesman said: "The rain across south east England will remain heavy at times, with rainfall rates of around 10mm in an hour - perhaps giving rise to some localised surface water and river flooding, particularly across Kent."
The warning is due to end by 4pm.