Much of Waveney is at risk of flooding until lunchtime today.
Flood alerts are still in place after this week’s winter surge caused rivers to swell.
After being battered by high tides throughout yesterday, concern remains for those along the River Waveney today.
Flood warnings and alerts remain in force across Norfolk and Suffolk, but the region appears to have escaped relatively unscathed amid high tides and blustery winds.
A row of new beach huts were left toppled and flooded by surging spring tides – just days after being “temporarily placed” on the sand.
A flood warning has been issued for low lying properties along the tidal River Waveney.
Two flood warnings remain in place across Norfolk and Suffolk ahead of the next round of high tides.
The Environment Agency have been giving their latest updates on the situation across the Suffolk coast as high tide hits across Suffolk.
A Southwold pub has pulled out all the stops to protect itself as spring tides are expected to threaten parts of the Suffolk coastline.
Flood warnings requiring immediate action have been issued for three stretches of the East Anglian coastline.
Forecasters are warning of coastal flooding across Norfolk this week prompted by a cocktail of 50mph winds and high spring tides.
A major operation involving six government agencies and four police forces cracking down on illegal and unsafe activity on Norfolk’s roads has taken place.
Leaders from across Suffolk came together to discuss the ongoing work to transform Lowestoft and secure a bright economic future for the coastal town.
People are being warned not to go in the water near Lowestoft’s south beach after worries over pollution were raised by lifeguards.
A river bank which was falling into the water has been repaired and had improved accessibility installed by the Environment Agency.
Around 80 eels have been found dead in the regions rivers, with no clear explanation as to what has caused their demise.
Lowestoft and Southwold’s beaches and waters have been given glowing recommendations by the organisations which rates their cleanliness and safety.
Flood alerts are in effect for the coast, with the region bracing itself for a damp and soggy night.
Flood warnings are still in place across Norfolk and Waveney due to steady rainfall over the Easter Bank Holiday.
Flood alerts are in place across Norfolk and Suffolk after a wet Easter weekend.
Flood alerts have been issued for several parts of Norfolk as rain continues to fall across the county.
Flood alerts are in place as persistent rain is brimming over onto the county’s roads.
Flood alerts remain in place in parts of Norfolk and Waveney due to melting snow and steady rainfall.
The worst seems to be over as a long thaw sets in.
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