A number of flood warnings and alerts remain in place across Norfolk after days of torrential rainfall. 

The Environment Agency has issued three warnings and 17 alerts for the county, which means more flooding could happen. 

Flood warnings are in place for the River Nar, River Burn and the River Waveney. 

Areas most at risk of flooding are Bungay, Cringleford, Narborough, Marham and Trowse Newton. 

Norfolk has been battered by heavy rainfall over recent days which has lead to a number of roads being closed and caused traffic chaos. 

Drivers faced extreme delays on the A47 on Friday as a result of flooding and Norfolk Highways were also called to the A148 at Hillington.