A flood warning is in place for part of Suffolk after heavy rainfall overnight.

The Environment Agency issued the warning, which means flooding is expected, for the Stour Brook, between Haverhill and Sturmer in Essex. 

According to the authority, the A1307 and the A143 are both most at risk of flooding, as well as riverside properties. 

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It follows heavy rainfall on Thursday and overnight into Friday. 

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said the situation is being monitored.

Several flood alerts have also been issued across the county.

The River Lark, River Deben, River Gipping, River Blyth and River Stour, near Sudbury, have all been placed under an alert, meaning flooding is possible.