The Met Office has issued a weather warning for heavy rain and thunderstorms across the east of England.
The A47 at Blofield has reopened following hours of "major disruption" due to serious flooding.
These photos show the extent of the flooding caused by a weekend of torrential rain in the region.
Flood warnings remain in place, with some areas in the region expected to see further flooding.
Torrential rain has brought flooding to the region with a major route impassable and the emergency services urging people to stay off the roads.
The region has been hit by heavy rain today after a Met Office yellow weather warning for potential flooding, travel delays and power cuts was issued.
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A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued over the weekend, with more flooding predicted.
Anglian Water bosses have urged customers to be patient as flood water needs to be drained away "like a bath plughhole".
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