A flood warning and several flood alerts remain in place in Norfolk this morning following heavy rainfall. 

The county was battered by torrential downpours on Thursday and Friday, leading to rivers bursting their banks and cars becoming stuck in flood water. 

Flood alerts were issued for a number of areas across Norfolk, while a flood warning was put in place for the River Burn between South Creake to Burnham Thorpe.

Eastern Daily Press: A Norfolk County Council was stuck in flood water on FridayA Norfolk County Council was stuck in flood water on Friday (Image: CT Barnes Autos)

The flood warning is still in place as of Saturday morning, with the Environment Agency advising flooding to homes and businesses is possible. 

A spokesman for the authority said: "Rain is expected throughout Saturday which may be persistent and locally heavy in places.

"Be ready to take action to protect your property if flooding is expected."

Flood alerts are also still in operation for the River Wissey, between Bradenham and Denver, the River Bure, River Stiffkey, and the River Waveney.

Alerts, which mean flooding is possible, also cover several north west Norfolk rivers and the River Yare.