Flood alerts remain in place for Norfolk rivers two days after Storm Ciarán caused disruption across the county. 

Numerous alerts and warnings were issued in the wake of the storm, which hit Suffolk on Thursday. 

Roads were left impassable and rivers burst their banks after a day of heavy rainfall. 

Diss Mercury: Areas in Norfolk remain at risk of floodingAreas in Norfolk remain at risk of flooding (Image: Newsquest)

Two warnings remain in place, while several alerts are still in operation. 

A warning is still in action for villages near to the River Bure, Ant and Thurne. 

"This message has been issued because some minor flooding to riverside roads and footpaths is likely to continue throughout today, Saturday 4 November and into next week," a statement from the Environment Agency said.

"High water levels may last for a few days. This is due to a natural tide locking effect of the Broads river system and recent rainfall."

Areas at risk include Ridlington, Briggate and Honing. 

A warning is also still in place on the River Waveney between Diss and Bungay. 

Flood alerts remain in operation on the River Glaven, River Yare and River Stiffkey.