Five Suffolk locations experienced record-breaking rainfall last month, amid Storm Babet causing flooding in the county. 

WeatherQuest meteorologist Dan Holley posted on X, formerly Twitter, the places across East Anglia that had their wettest October on record.

In Suffolk, this was at Brooms Barn, Cavendish, Charsfield, Santon Downham and Wattisham.

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In Norfolk, the locations were Cromer and Houghton Hall, near Fakenham.

In Cambridgeshire, it was at the Cambridge NIAB (National Institute of Agricultural Botany) and in Wittering.

Despite East Anglia having "near-average sunshine" last month, it was the wettest October overall for the region since 2000. 

Storm Babet caused disruption across Suffolk, with some areas still dealing with the impact a fortnight on, and Storm Ciarán got November off to a rainy and windy start.