People living in towns and villages in Norfolk are being told to expect flooding as high tides continue.

A number of flood alerts and warnings remain in place for parts of the county today (November 24).

The Environment Agency has issued flood warnings for low-lying properties close to the River Waveney. 

A flood warning has also been issued for the River Yare due to high tides at Great Yarmouth

The Environment Agency has since issued a flood alert from Eccles on Sea to to Winterton-on-Sea.

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said that the tides will restrict the freshwater river drainage out to sea resulting in higher than normal water levels within the Broads. 

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Areas most at risk are in Reedham, Cantley and Brundall.

The Environment Agency has said that the A47 is also at risk of flooding again

Flood alerts are also in place for Hunstanton, Hemsby, Brundall and Beccles. 

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: "The current series of high spring tides will continue for the next few days and further warning messages may be issued.

"After the weekend the tides will start to fall away allowing the freshwater river flows to drain out to sea at low tide as normal again."