Flood warnings in place in Suffolk due to expected high tides

Flooding at Felixstowe Ferry on Tuesday morning

Flooding at Felixstowe Ferry on Tuesday morning - Credit: Charlotte Bond

Flood warnings are in place in Suffolk as tide levels are expected to be higher than normal.

The Environment Agency has issued alerts from Lowestoft to the Deben estuary, including Felixstowe and Woodbridge, for between 9.30am and 11.30am on Tuesday.

The Environment Agency issued flood warnings for the length of the Suffolk coast

The Environment Agency issued flood warnings for the length of the Suffolk coast - Credit: Charlotte Bond

A more severe flood warning is also in place at Felixstowe Ferry and near Woodbridge for between 10.45am and 2.45pm, meaning homes and businesses could be flooded.

There was also flooding reported in Southwold

There was also flooding reported in Southwold - Credit: Charlotte Bond

The Environment Agency has said tide levels are also expected to be high on Wednesday morning, meaning more flood alerts could be issued.

The choppy waters at Felixstowe

The choppy waters at Felixstowe - Credit: Charlotte Bond

A number of flood alerts were issued in Suffolk towards the end of 2021, with Southwold Harbour among the many areas submerged underwater.

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