Greater Anglia services faced severe disruption this morning after Storm Pia hit the UK yesterday.

Services between Norwich and Lowestoft, Norwich and Great Yarmouth and Norwich and Sheringham were suspended until around 12.30pm today.

It was announced yesterday that Norwich to Lowestoft services would be disrupted from 9pm last night until midday today due to a risk of flooding on the line.

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But this morning flooding was also discovered between Norwich and Brundall Gardens and Norwich and Salhouse.

The lines have since reopened but short-notice delays, alterations and cancellations should be expected until the timetables are fully restored.

The Environment Agency said yesterday there was the potential for flooding in the Norfolk Broads and in seaside towns including Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft due to a tidal surge swelling water levels in rivers and exposed coasts.