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More than a week's worth of rain has fallen in just three hours in Suffolk.
The Met Office weather station at Wattisham near Ipswich recorded 11.8 mm (half an inch) of rain in the three hours to 7am on Friday morning. The site would normally expect an average of 41 mm in the whole of February.
Heavy overnight rain and the wettest January since 1988 has sparked dozens of flood warnings and flood alerts across the Anglia region.
Heavy overnight rain falling onto saturated ground is causing rising river levels and the threat of flooding in many parts of the Anglia region.
The Environment Agency has issued seven flood warnings and 29 flood alerts.
The rain will clear later on Friday but will return overnight and over the weekend.
These are the areas with flood warnings in force:
B1040 Thorney to Whittlesey Road in Cambridgeshire
Cogenhoe Mill caravan site near Northampton
Bin Brook at Newnham, Cambs
River Ouzel in Leighton Buzzard, Beds
Clipstone Brooke in Leighton Buzzard
Stour Brook at Haverhill, Suffolk and the Bumpstead Brook from Steeple Bumpstead to New England, Essex
Bury Brook from Kings Ripton to Ramsey, Cambs
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The region's emergency services say drivers are putting themselves in danger by ignoring road signs and driving through flood water.
A driver has been describing the moment his van was swept away by flood waters in Much Hadham, Hertfordshire.