Drivers are being warned to take care on coastal roads as concerns for flooding on the Suffolk coast continue. 

The Environment Agency has reissued flood alerts for the Suffolk coast including Orwell and Stour estuaries, and the tidal Deben estuary. 

Areas likely to be affected include Felixstowe Ferry, The Strand at Wherstead under the Orwell Bridge, the quay at Mistley, and along riverside areas in Woodbridge and Waldringfield. 

It is the second time this week alerts have been issued for the three estuaries.  

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A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: "Some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths is likely between 1.30pm and 3.30pm today.

"Take care on coastal roads and footpaths, and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger."

Elsewhere in Suffolk, flood alerts remain in place for groundwater flooding in Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds. 

Homeowners are being warned to be ready to take action to protect property as the groundwater levels remain responsive to further rainfall.