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Parts of Norfolk and Suffolk saw more than a month's worth of rain and snow in just two days over the weekend. That's led to the River Waveney bursting its banks along the Suffolk-Norfolk border.
These pictures were taken by aerial photographer Mike Page:
A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the tidal River Waveney from Ellingham to Breydon Water. The forecast high tide at Great Yarmouth is at 9:27 pm on 12 March 2013.
Locations are affected in Ellingham to Breydon Water including Geldeston, Gillingham, Beccles, Oulton Broad, Haddiscoe, St. Olaves and Belton.
Flooding is expected at Beccles Quay and between Beccles and Ellingham. The flooding is caused by the combined effect of weekend rainfall draining down the river meeting a spring tide progressing up river.
There are currently eight flood alerts in place for our region. You can see them in detail on the Environment Agency website.
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Many parts of Norfolk and Suffolk have been hit by flooding after 48 hours of heavy rain.