Flooding remains an issue for Norfolk as the region recovers from the wettest February since records began.

In the latest statistics, the Met Office revealed East Anglia had both its wettest and warmest February on record.

The region saw 106.4mm of rain beating the previous record of 95.2mm in 1961, while an average mean temperature of 8.2C was recorded, 0.6C above the previous record in 1990.

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Met Office senior scientist Mike Kendon said: “February has perhaps been the quietest month of the winter, without any further named storms.

Dereham Times: The A1101 Welney Wash Road still remains floodedThe A1101 Welney Wash Road still remains flooded (Image: Welney Flood Watch)

"The main theme of February is how persistently mild and wet it has been, particularly in the south and this is largely due to the influence of Atlantic low-pressure systems bringing a predominant mild, south-westerly flow."

This disruption has continued into March with the A1101 Welney Wash Road flooded for the 82nd day this winter, with the road currently submerged under nine inches of water.

The Environment Agency has told people in an area of north Norfolk to "act now" with "flooding likely" near Burnham Thorpe.

Five flood alerts have also been issued across the county after February's heavy rainfall left Norfolk's rivers overwhelmed.