People across Norfolk could be hit by more flooding as river levels are expected to remain high over the coming days. 

The Environment Agency has issued one flood warning and eight alerts for the county. 

A spokesman for the agency said: "River levels remain high and are expected to remain high for several days."

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The county has been battling flooding all winter with last month being the wettest February since records began. 

Areas most at risk of flooding are North Creake, South Creake and Burnham Thorpe including the B1355.

High water levels are also expected around  Potter Heigham, Wroxham boat yards, Ferry Road in Horning, Heacham River, the Ingol, Babingley River, Gaywood River and the River Nar between Litcham to South Lynn.

Although there is no significant rain forecast for today or Monday the Environment Agency is warning flooding is still possible and is urging people to take care if travelling through flood water.