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Thunderstorms brought torrential rain and flash flooding to many parts of East Anglia on Saturday.
Twenty homes were flooded in East Street in Sudbury in Suffolk as the road was turned into a river.
The video below was shot by ITV News Anglia viewer Dionne King:
As torrential rain and thunderstorms hit the Anglia region on Friday and Saturday, Martin Andrews captured this funnel cloud in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Funnel clouds form when strong updrafts associated with thunderstorms begin rotating. If funnel clouds touch down to the surface, they can be called tornadoes.
Another possible tornado or funnel cloud was spotted in Suffolk on Saturday afternoon, pictured below in the distance from two locations - Stradbroke near Eye and Beccles.
Eyewitness Vikki Woodford said she saw the tornado touch the ground at Wortwell on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.
She added that it then fizzled out.
There are no reports of any damage.
Frequent lightning was also observed throughout much of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire earlier today, with occasional storms elsewhere. Norwich was hit hardest on Friday with 16mm of rain falling between 8am and 2pm.
Treacherous conditions were observed on the A47 near Acle on Friday afternoon.
Lesley Chalmers saw mud washing onto the road and drain sewers backing up. These pictures show huge hail stones which floated in the flood water like mini icebergs.
Rainfall totals in the Anglia region from 10am to 10pm on Friday 27 June 2014
17 mm at Norwich Airport, Norfolk
9 mm in Wittering, Cambridgeshire
6 mm in Cromer, Norfolk
6 mm in Northampton
4 mm in Wattisham, Suffolk
4 mm in Cavendish, Suffolk
4 mm in Marham, Norfolk
4 mm in Woburn, Bedfordshire
3 mm in Santon Downham, Suffolk
0.2 mm in Shoeburyness, Essex
0 mm in Cambridge
0 mm in Writtle, Essex
Further heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected during the weekend.