Some parts of the Anglia region have seen more rainfall in the past two days than normally falls in an entire month.
The rain and snow has triggered flood warnings in Norfolk and Suffolk on the River Waveney and River Tas.
The average March rainfall in East Anglia is around 44 mm but in the 48 hours ending at 9am on Sunday a few places in Norfolk had seen more than that. Lingwood to the east of Norwich had 57 mm while Norwich itself had 48 mm.
A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Tas from, and including Stoke Holy Cross to the A47 road bridge.Locations are affected in Stoke Holy Cross and Caistor St Edmund.
A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Waveney from, and including Diss to Bungay.
Flooding is expected for riverside areas in Homersfield, Needham Mill, Brockdish, Scole and Diss. Including the A143 at Scole and Homersfield, and the A1066 at Diss.
The peak of the river was at around 8.30am in the Diss to Billingford area. River levels are likely to slowly rise before stabilising.
The Environment Agency website has more details of Flood Warnings and Flood Alerts.
There are three Flood Warnings in force in the Suffolk following heavy rain and snow over the past 48 hours.
The areas covered are:
Thorpeness Hundred River from Knodishall to Aldringham
Chediston watercourse at Halesworth
Wrentham watercourse from Wrentham to the coast
There are also 14 of the lower level Flood Alerts in place in the Anglia region. For more details go to the Environment Agency website