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Roads across Suffolk including The Strand under the Orwell Bridge and Landseer Road in Ipswich have flooded - sparking traffic chaos.
Suffolk experienced its wettest day for over six months after the heavens opened with bucketfuls of rainfall over 24 hours.
These dramatic pictures show the damage caused when a freak gust of wind blew the roof off the main stand at Ipswich Wanderers Football Club.
The weather this bank holiday weekend means you'll probably need your raincoat more than your barbeque.
It'll be nice weather for ducks today, as Suffolk and north Essex brace for an afternoon of heavy downpours - possibly with a dash of thunder and lightning.
After Storm Hannah blew through the country, the forecast for Essex and Suffolk next week is much more settled, with no more rain expected until Wednesday.
Trains heading through Ipswich have been disrupted after a driver was taken ill on the London-bound line.
A woman and child found dead at a Suffolk property are believed to have been 28 and four years old.
Weather forecasters say Storm Hannah will begin to blow into Essex and Suffolk this morning, with the strongest winds coming this afternoon.
Two rare black foxes are currently on the loose in Colchester after someone let them out of their temporary accommodation.
Police are hunting a driver who carried out dangerous manoeuvres to evade officers.
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