A fresh warning for heavy rain has been issued for Suffolk, as the county continues to feel the force of Storm Babet. 

The Met Office issued an alert for a large part of Suffolk on Monday, but this was updated on Wednesday to only cover coastal areas. 

However, forecasters have issued a new alert for heavy rainfall to cover the whole county. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The new weather warning is in place from 12am on FridayThe new weather warning is in place from 12am on Friday (Image: Met Office)

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The latest alert is in place between 12am on Friday and 6am on Saturday. 

According to the Met Office, persistent rain is likely to bring disruption to Suffolk. 

Wind speeds could reach up to 50mph, while spray and flooding on the roads could lead to difficult driving conditions. 

The Met Office is also warning that homeowners could face possible power cuts. 

National Highways has advised they will keep the speed limit on the Orwell Bridge near Ipswich under "continual review" ahead of forecasted strong winds.