The Environment Agency has issued further flood warnings across Suffolk as alerts stay in place due to high tides. 

Earlier on Friday a new alert was issued for Leiston whilst alerts remained along the Suffolk coast in Felixstowe and Southwold. 

Flooding is now expected on Friday evening for the A12 at Blythburgh, Bawdsey Quay and Felixstowe Ferry and Southwold. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: Flooding is expected in parts of Southwold and BlythburghFlooding is expected in parts of Southwold and Blythburgh (Image: Environment Agency)

Areas believed to be most at risk in Southwold are the harbour, Ferry Road, the bottom of Queens Road and Constitution Hill, North Road, the bottom of Pier Avenue and Mights Road. 

Bridge Road and Hillside Road in Reydon may also experience flooding. 

The Environment Agency has said: "Strong winds and spring tides may cause large waves, and spray overtopping on the coast."

Low lying properties along the River Waveney in Oulton Broad and Beccles are also at risk of flooding.