The Environment Agency has renewed 11 warnings and alerts as Norfolk and Waveney continue to battle flooding.

Two red flood warnings are still in place on the River Waveney from Diss to Bungay and the River Burn from South Creake to Burnham Thorpe.

Nine less severe flood alerts also remain, covering areas in east Norfolk around Great Yarmouth, west Norfolk around King's Lynn and the Thetford and Diss area.

Diss Mercury: Flood warnings and alerts cover much of the countyFlood warnings and alerts cover much of the county (Image: The Environment Agency)

This comes after multiple storms and heavy rain hit the region causing rivers across the county to burst their banks.

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The north Norfolk village of South Creake is still flooded in the aftermath of last week's Storm Henk with Burnham Road being closed for its fifth day

Diss Mercury: The flooding in South Creake The flooding in South Creake (Image: Chris Bishop, Newsquest)

Flooding is beginning to reduce with the number of warnings dropping since Monday. 

Cold but drier weather has been forecast over the next week.