After unseasonably warm temperatures, part of Suffolk has been issued a warning for heavy rainfall. 

The county has enjoyed a bout of unexpected sunny weather over the last few days, but will notice a substantial change towards the end of the week. 

Forecasters have issued a yellow weather warning for south Suffolk between 9pm on Thursday and midnight on Saturday. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The warning is in place for south SuffolkThe warning is in place for south Suffolk (Image: Met Office)

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The alert covers areas including Haverhill, Sudbury, Ipswich and Felixstowe.

According to the Met Office, the worst of the rainfall will occur on Friday as it spreads across the country. 

Drivers have been told to expect spray and flooding on the roads, while there is a possibility of flooding to businesses.