Red alerts for flooding have been issued for five rivers across Suffolk amid the downpour of rain from Storm Babet.

The Environment Agency has issued a red alert for flooding along five rivers, including the River Lark. 

The warning is place between Clopton and Martlesham. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Huge flooding has been reported across SuffolkHuge flooding has been reported across Suffolk (Image: Mikayla James)

Alerts have also been issued for the River Stour, between Haverhill and Sturmer, as well as the Rattlesden River near Stowmarket. 

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Watercourse near Wrentham and Halesworth have also been placed under warning.  

Properties could be at risk of flooding, while people should avoid walking or driving through flood water.