Parts of Suffolk have been hit by flooding after a surge coincided with high tide to leave some coastal areas underwater.
The Environment Agency have issued upgraded flood warnings for Suffolk this morning.
Flood alerts are still in place for parts of the Suffolk coast this morning.
The Orwell Bridge is set to remain open despite a weather front bringing strong winds to the region throughout today.
Forecasters are expecting the next few days to be particularly windy with gusts of up to 50mph on the cards.
A weather warning has been issued for heavy rain and gusty winds in parts of the East of England, including Ipswich and Colchester.
Around 30 homes have been evacuated after unknown chemicals were found by search teams at a property in Woodbridge.
A moped rider posing as a lost teenager has stolen another teenager’s phone on Ipswich’s Chantry estate.
Forensic teams have been spotted at a Suffolk heathland, where a police cordon has been put in place.