A number of flood warnings and alerts remain in place across Suffolk after a weekend of heavy rainfall. 

The Environment Agency has issued nine flood warnings and 13 warnings for the county. 

It comes after a number of roads were left impassable on Sunday after becoming flooded during torrential rainfall. 

Part of the A14 is also closed this morning as a result of flooding.

Flood warnings have been issued for areas in Southwold, Mendham, Stowmarket, Needham Market and Hadleigh. 

Suffolk is set to experience the wettest February since records began in 1836

The Environment Agency said: "River levels remain high, and in some places still rising. The watercourse will remain responsive to any further rainfall.

"The forecast is for a generally improving weather picture but with the chance of the odd shower pushing through the catchment.

"We are monitoring the situation."