Further flood warning in Suffolk on second day of high tides

More flooding is expected in Suffolk as more alerts have been issued

More flooding is expected in Suffolk as more alerts have been issued - Credit: Charlotte Bond

Further flooding is expected in Suffolk this morning as a warning has been issued near the coast at Felixstowe.

The flood warning is in place at Bawdsey Quay and Felixstowe Ferry between 11.30am and 3.30pm.

The Environment Agency has also issued several lesser alerts from Lowestoft to the Deben estuary, including Felixstowe and Woodbridge, up until 11.15am.

During this time, low-lying roads could see some flooding due to higher than average sea levels.

A number of flood alerts were issued in Suffolk on Tuesday morning, with two more severe flood warnings later put in place for the River Deben.

The flooding saw the car park at one pub near Southwold Harbour submerged underwater.

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