New flood warnings have been issued for Norfolk in the aftermath of Storm Henk.

The Environment Agency has issued two new warnings for the River Nar and the River Yare.

The areas affected include Cringleford, Narborough, Marham and Trowse Newton. 

There are 11 further flood alerts in place across the county. 

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There has been chaos across the county this week after the region was battered with strong winds and heavy rain. 

Several major roads were flooded and transport disruption has been ongoing throughout the week.

The Environment Agency said: "River levels are rising steadily following heavy rainfall from Storm Henk.

"The forecast is for more rainfall this evening, and into Friday morning.

"River levels will remain high and you should install any property flood protection products you have, such as flood barriers and air brick covers."