These dramatic pictures show several vehicles submerged in water in a car park as rain from Storm Babet continues to cause motorists issues in Suffolk.

Roads in Framlingham have become impassable due to flooding from the overflowing Framlingham Mere.

Carl Squirrell owns Fram Motorcycles in New Road and took photos of the cars submerged by water in Elms car park. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Cars parked in Elms Road car park are completely submergedCars parked in Elms Road car park are completely submerged (Image: Carl Squirrell)

East Anglian Daily Times: Framlingham Meer has overflowed and caused severe floodingFramlingham Meer has overflowed and caused severe flooding (Image: Carl Squirrell)

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The ground floor of the nearby Elms Housing Care, a home for older people which can accommodate 20 residents, is flooded as water is as high as the ground floor windows. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Station Road is also floodedStation Road is also flooded (Image: Carl Squirrell/Framlingham Community Page)

Framlingham Methodist Church in Station Road is also affected by flooding.

Villagers in other parts of Suffolk have also been affected by the deluge of rain.

Drivers in Hundon and Earl Soham have been left stranded due to floods blocking the roads

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 several schools have had to close due to Storm Babet.