A tornado warning has been issued for the whole of Suffolk as the county continues to be battered by strong winds and heavy rain. 

The Tornado and Storm Research Organisation (TORRO) has said that, across Suffolk and other southern parts of the UK, there might be tornados, cyclones and maybe even a "low-topped supercell or two".

This comes as Suffolk faces the wettest February on record.

The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for strong winds and heavy rain on Wednesday.

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While the Met Office has forecast winds of around 40mph for Suffolk, TORRO has said that areas in southern and eastern England could face wind gusts of between 55 and 60mph, particularly around the coast.

Hail could also fall, according to the TORRO warning, and lightning is expected to strike. 

The tornado warning will be in place until 4pm on Thursday.