A road in an east Suffolk village has been completely submerged underwater after heavy rain from Storm Babet hit the county.

Video from Jo Rothery shows The Street in Earl Soham has been blocked entirely due to flooding. 

"It's horrendous," said Mrs Rothery.

"My house is built on a terrace and it's halfway up my drive".

"I was looking at my neighbour's house across the road and the water was halfway up their drive but within minutes it was in the house". 

"The only way you'll get here is by drone or helicopter." 

Earl Soham is one of many places affected by flooding in Suffolk. 

Roads in Hundon, in the west of the county, have been left impassable and villagers are stranded. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Jo Rothery, from Earl SohamJo Rothery, from Earl Soham (Image: Jo Rothery)

Several schools in Suffolk have also had to close due to Storm Babet.

A yellow weather warning remains in place for the entire county until 6am on Saturday. 

Red flood alerts have been issued for a number of Suffolk rivers, while firefighters are dealing with a number of flooding incidents.