Flood alerts remain in place for Suffolk rivers two days after Storm Ciarán caused disruption across the county. 

Numerous alerts and warnings were issued in the wake of the storm, which hit Suffolk on Thursday. 

Roads were left impassable and rivers burst their banks after a day of heavy rainfall. 

Ipswich Star: Flooding forced people to abandon their carsFlooding forced people to abandon their cars (Image: Hannah Proud)

Two warnings remain in place, while several alerts are still in operation. 

A warning is still in place along the River Stour between Boxted and Dedham. 

"This message has been issued because flooding of homes and businesses is likely from now until tomorrow morning, Sunday, November 5," a statement from the Environment Agency said.

"We are currently seeing higher river levels than normal in the area of Lamarsh."

The authority added flood water is dangerous, and advised people not to put themselves at risk. 

Alerts remain in place along the River Lark, the Rattlesden River and River Gipping and the River Deben.