There is a chance homes and business could become flooded as a warning has been issued after heavy rainfall.

A flood warning is in place for The Stour Brook with riverside properties in Haverhill and Sturmer as well as the A1307 and the A143. 

It comes after the county was hit by torrential rain on Tuesday afternoon and overnight into Wednesday morning.

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A spokesperson for the Environment Agency, who issue the flood alerts, said: "The forecast is for further potentially heavy rainfall today. 

"Flood water is dangerous. Do not put yourself or others at risk."

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The Environment Agency has also issued two further flood alerts for Suffolk. 

Some minor flooding to low lying land, roads and riverside areas is likely for the Rivers Deben and Lark, and the upper Stour and surrounding tributaries. 

These could affect places such as Clare, Sudbury, Long Melford, Ufford, Wickham Market, Tuddenham St Martin and Grundisburgh.

An alert for groundwater flooding in Newmarket which was issued on May 15 remains in place for the High Street and A14 eastbound.