Two new flood alerts have been issued for Norfolk in the aftermath of Storm Debi. 

The Environment Agency has issued the alerts due to expected heavy rainfall later this week. 

The alerts are in place for low-lying roads and footpaths surrounding the Rivers Waveney, Dove, Ant, Bure and Thurne. 

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This includes parts of Diss, Potter Heigham, Wroxham, Horning and Harleston. 

Some areas of the county have struggled to recover from flooding brought by recent storms with some businesses forced to close in Wroxham. 

The Environment Agency said: "Water levels continue to remain high and may last for the next few days.

"This is due to the natural tide-locking effect of the Broads river system combined with the recent rainfall that has fallen. 

"The forecast is for a dry day today, however further rain associated with a weather front is forecast for Thursday and Friday with some of this due to be heavy. "