Suffolk is set to be hit by more torrential rain today – just days after Storm Henk brought strong winds and downpours.

The county is still recovering from the after-effects of Storm Henk that ripped through the county on Tuesday. 

A number of roads across the county were blocked or closed as a result of flooding and fallen trees during the strong winds and heavy rainfall

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain on Thursday

The warning is in place from 12pm on Thursday until 3am on Friday. 

"Another spell of rain falling onto saturated ground may lead to further flooding and travel disruption," reads the warning from the Met Office. 

People have been asked to avoid walking or driving through flood water, as it is likely deeper than expected.

Delays to road traffic and trains are highly likely. 

According to the Met Office rain is set to sweep across the county at about 4pm. 

Here is an hour by hour forecast of how much rain is expected to fall across Suffolk today. 

  • 4pm: 1mm
  • 5pm: 1-4mm
  • 6pm: 4-8mm
  • 7pm: 4-8mm
  • 8pm: 4-8mm
  • 9pm: 2-8mm 
  • 10pm: 1-4mm