People in Norfolk have been warned to "act now" as parts of the county are set to see even more disruption due to flooding.

The Environment Agency has reissued two red flood warnings for the River Nat at Narborough, Marham, Wormegay and Saddle Bow and the River Burn from South Creake to Burnham.

It comes after the region was battered by extreme rainfall over the last week and is on track to have the wettest February since records began. 

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Eastern Daily Press: The warnings span across many of Norfolk riversThe warnings span across many of Norfolk rivers (Image: The Environment Agency)

Despite slightly drier conditions over the past few days river levels have remained high and therefore people have been advised to take action to protect themselves and their properties.

The agency suggests people move vehicles to higher ground and important items upstairs to avoid "any unnecessary danger".

Nine yellow alerts have also been issued spanning across the county with areas in west Norfolk and the Norfolk Broads at risk.

With rain forecast in the coming days, the county's flooding woes are set to continue.

The warnings were issued this morning and will be in place for at least the next 24 hours.