A flood alert has been issued for parts of Norfolk as river levels remain high.

The Environment Agency has issued the alert for the River Burn from Southgate and Waterden to Burnham Thorpe. 

According to the alert river levels are currently high "due to the ongoing groundwater flooding in this area".

It comes after the county was battered by torrential rainfall last month which led to roads all over the county becoming flooded.

Areas most at risk of flooding are low-lying roads and riverside areas in South Creake and Burnham Thorpe, including parts of the B1355.

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said they did not expect the situation to get any worse as the forecast is mainly dry conditions. 

Drivers are being warned to not drive through flood water.