Row, row, row your car, down a Surrey road…(Photos and video Shane MacKichan)

Row, row, row your car, down a Surrey road

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s raining outside

Maybe it’s time to invest in a canoe…

The Weather Network’s website latest post as of 1:30 this afternoon says we’re experiencing “light rain” in Surrey, but the roads appear to be saying otherwise.

According to the forecast, Surrey can expect 10 millimetres of rain up until 6 p.m., after which it’s supposed to be partly cloudy tapering off to “mainly clear” overnight. We’ll see.

In the meantime, a Black Press Media freelance photographer has been out and about, collecting some dramatic photos and videos of flooding in Surrey. Check these out.

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