Flood alerts and warnings remain in place for parts of Suffolk - with further heavy rainfall expected to hit the county. 

The Environment Agency issued a number of alerts after Suffolk was hit by torrential downpours last week. 

Rivers burst their banks, road were left impassable and cars were stranded as a result of flooding. 

A flood warning remains in place between the River Waveney, between Diss in Norfolk and Bungay in Suffolk, as of Tuesday morning. 

Flood alerts are also still in place along the River Ouse, near Rickinghall, as well as the River Lark near Bury St Edmunds.

It comes ahead of more heavy rain which is expected to hit Suffolk. 

Forecasts from the Met Office show downpours will sweep through the county on Wednesday.