Several Suffolk towns and villages could be hit by flooding today after the Environment Agency has issued alerts around the county. 

Flood alerts mean that flooding is possible in areas listed by the branch of the national government.

Storms Elin and Fegus brought gale-force winds to Suffolk across the weekend, with 46mph winds recorded in Wattisham. 

Now, several flood alerts are scattered across the county. 

Minor flooding to low-lying land, roads and riverside areas is likely today, Monday, December 11 around the River Waveney from Diss and the River Dove from Mendlesham to Ellingham, including Bungay.

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Areas around the Rivers Blyth and Walpole could face flooding today, as well as the Chediston, Bramfield and Wrentham watercourses.

The River Deben from Debenham, to and including Bromeswell, and the River Lark from Clopton to Martlesham could both burst their banks. 

Today's dry weather forecast should help water levels drop again, and the situation is not currently expected to escalate. 

The Environment Agency will review the warnings tomorrow, Tuesday, December 12.