The Environment Agency has issued four flood alerts for the county with towns in west Norfolk most at risk.

High spring tides and strong winds are causing the perfect conditions for flooding with a dangerously high sea level being forecast between 8pm and 10pm tonight (April 11).

The areas most at risk are West Lynn and areas by The Wash from King's Lynn to Hunstanton.

In the coming days, the flooding is set to subside with tomorrow's tides currently predicted to be below the alert threshold.

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The agency has warned people to "take care on beaches, coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself or others in danger".

Areas near the Rivers Bure, Ant and Thurne on the Norfolk Broads have also been told that "flooding is possible". 

The natural tide-locking effect is to put riverside roads and footpaths around Potter Heigham, Wroxham and Horning at risk.