A flood alert remains in place for parts of Norfolk as water levels are expected to stay high. 

The Environment Agency issued an alert for the River Bure, Ant and Thurne on Wednesday.

The alert is still in place today (November 23) due to water levels remaining high.  

A statement on the Environment Agency's website states minor flooding to riverside roads and footpaths is likely as water levels continue to stay high. 

This is due to a natural tide locking effect of the Broads river system combined with the recent rainfall across the county. 

Water levels are expected to be high around Potter Heigham, Wroxham boat yards and Ferry Road in Horning. 

More scattered showers are forecast for the coming days so water levels could still increase. 

People are being advised to take extra care on waterside roads and footpaths.