Three flood alerts have been issued for Norfolk after a weekend of heavy rainfall. 

The Environment Agency has issued the alerts as flooding looks possible in parts of Norfolk. 

While the rain has stopped, the agency warns that the river levels will change quickly in the event of further downpours, and scattered showers have been forecast in the area today (November 20).

Alerts have been issued for low-lying areas around the River Burn, Bure, Spixworth Beck and the River Waveney. 

Some areas of the county have struggled to recover from flooding brought by recent storms.

The Environment Agency is monitoring the situation and will issue updates as and when they are necessary.