Drivers are being warned of delays due to flooding as more heavy rainfall has been forecast for Suffolk.

Suffolk Highways is urging drivers to take care when travelling through flood water. 

It comes after Suffolk has seen extreme rainfall fall across the county over the past month. 

A number of roads including the A14 have been flooded causing woes for drivers all over the county. 

The forecast for further rain has meant the Environment Agency has issued flood alerts across Bury St Edmunds

According to the Environment Agency, "groundwater levels have risen in response to the recent rainfall."

The areas of Bury St Edmunds most at risk of groundwater flooding are Eastgate Street, Barn Lane, Blomfield Street and parts of Vinefields.

Parts of Newmarket are also vulnerable to further rainfall, particularly in the areas around the High Street.