Part of the A14 in west Suffolk is blocked again after becoming flooded. 

There are delays on the eastbound carriageway near Newmarket on Thursday morning after a lane has become submerged underwater. 

It comes after a stretch of the road near the town became flooded earlier this week

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The Met Office has issued a weather warning for torrential rainfall for the whole of Suffolk between 5am and 5pm on Thursday. 

A number of flood warnings and alerts have been issued for the county.

Met Office chief meteorologist Paul Gundersen said: "There’s a small chance that wind gusts could reach 60-70mph, mostly likely on exposed coasts, though more widely we're likely to see a shorter spell of heavy, squally rain with hail and thunder in a few places and gusts to around 50mph.

"Most places within the warning areas are likely to see 10-15mm of rain, with a chance of 30-40mm in a few places.

"This is falling on saturated ground, which elevates the chances of flooding and disruption.”