One of Suffolk's most infamous roads for flooding is underwater again following heavy rainfall across the county. 

The B1127 in Potters Bridge near Southwold is submerged by around eight inches of water today, Friday, January 5.

The road has been nearly impassable for several days as heavy rainfall has hit the country. 

Flood warnings are in place around Suffolk as roads and rivers struggle to cope with the consistently poor weather. 

Drivers are being told not to walk or drive through flood water, with fire and rescue crews called out to rescue several trapped drivers and passengers today. 

According to the Met Office weather forecast, it is expected to continue raining in the Potters Bridge area throughout the day and into tomorrow.