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Environment Agency warns that you shouldn’t put your life in unnecessary danger.

Environment Agency warns that you shouldn’t put your life in unnecessary danger.

Five flood warnings have been issued by the Environment Agency for most of Suffolk.

Alerts are in effect as rain is expected along with higher spring tides this week.

The Environment Agency has issued an alert for flooding on the River Waveney from Ellingham to Breydon water, looking first towards the north.

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The alert will remain in effect starting today, January 4th, and will continue until January 6th. Beccles Quay will experience high water levels.

Moving down the coast, a second alert is in effect for Southwold or Lowestoft.

High tides are forecast in the two towns today and tomorrow. Southwold harbour will experience more significant flooding.

The Environment Agency of Lowestoft anticipates that Lake Lothing will have high water levels.

Minor flooding to the south of Suffolk is possible between 10:45am – 14:45pm today along Deben Estuary.

The tide levels will rise around Felixstowe Ferry Ferry hamlet at Ferry Road. There will also be riverside areas in Woodbridge, Waldringfield and the surrounding marshland.

Flood alerts remind people to be careful on footpaths and coastal roads, and to avoid unnecessary danger.

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