Weather warnings have been extended in Norfolk as the county braces for a new storm to hit. 

The Met Office has issued another warning for strong winds later this week. 

The yellow warning was previously in place between midnight and 6pm on Thursday, November 2.

This has been extended to 9pm on Wednesday, November 1 until midnight on Thursday. 

Storm Ciarán will bring potentially damaging winds to the region with the Met Office warning of a small chance of a danger to life due to flying debris and large waves on the seafront. 

There is also the possibility of travel disruption with the closure of roads, bridges and railway lines. 

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This follows devastating floods as the county was battered by strong winds and heavy rainfall during Storm Babet in October. 

Some parts of east Norfolk are expecting up to 60mph winds overnight on Wednesday. 

This will be a particular concern for residents in Hemsby where homes are 'hanging by a thread' following Storm Babet. 

Around four meters of the coastline was claimed by the sea during the extreme weather. 

The village was recently told it would not be receiving government funding for further erosion defences. 

There are currently 10 flood alerts in place across Norfolk although there is no weather warning for rain in place for the county.