Two new flood alerts have been issued for Norfolk.

The Environment Agency has put an alert in place for the River Yare from Thorpe St Andrew to Breydon Water and for the Rivers Bure, Ant and Thurne. 

The areas affected include Potter Heigham, Wroxham, Horning, Brundall and Reedham. 

The new alerts have been issued due to the likelihood of flooding to riverside roads and footpaths today and tomorrow. 

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The Environment Agency said: "The current series of high spring tides are peaking and will fall away over the next few days allowing the freshwater river flows to drain out to sea at low tide as normal again. 

"Rainfall forecast today will increase river levels and further warning messages may be issued."

It comes after high tides and strong winds have brought chaos across the region with roads falling into the sea in Hemsby and Pakefield.

People were evacuated from caravans at Pakefield Holiday Park as they were left "dangerously" close to the cliff edge following the collapse. 

Flood alerts and warnings have been in place over the last few days due to high water levels in the Broads and wider county.