Heavy rainfall causes flooding on north Suffolk roads

Flooding on the B1062 Beccles to Bungay road

Flooding on the B1062 Beccles to Bungay road


Motorists are reminded to take care on the roads following more heavy rain.

North Suffolk missed the worst of the weather on Friday and Saturday morning, but rain hit the county yesterday afternoon, with heavy downpours continuing today.

The B1062 Beccles to Bungay road is flooded in several places, with drivers being forced to slow down and drive one-by-one through the water.

Police are calling on drivers to reduce their speed, use headlights and increase the distance between you and the car in front. Drivers are also advised to allow extra time for journeys.

The rain is expected to continue until about 7pm this evening.

Is there flooding where you live in Beccles, Bungay, Halesworth, Loddon, Lowestoft, Southwold or the villages in between?

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