Areas in Norfolk are on alert as much of the county begins to recover from a winter of flooding.

The Environment Agency reissued a red flood warning and three flood alerts in Norfolk this morning.

The area most at risk remains in north Norfolk around the River Burn from South Creake to Burnham Thorpe with areas in west Norfolk also warned.

Eastern Daily Press: A South Creake home after floods hit in JanuaryA South Creake home after floods hit in January (Image: Chris Bishop, Newsquest)READ MORE: Norfolk weather forecast: Snow showers could hit in March

This is after Norfolk has seen a winter of flooding with nearly three months of constant warnings. 

February was a particularly flood-prone month as the Met Office revealed East Anglia saw 106.4mm of rainfall beating the previous record of 95.2mm in 1961.

However, despite these new warnings, Norfolk's flooding troubles have begun to ease.

Eastern Daily Press: Welney Wash Road under 43 inches of water on February 26Welney Wash Road under 43 inches of water on February 26 (Image: Welney Flood Watch)

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One of the UK's most flooded roads the A1101 has spent 84 days underwater this winter.

Last week the road in Welney was recorded as being under 43 inches but as March brought in dryer weather, has steadily begun to fall.

Today the road is under just an inch of water with cars making the journey across the Wash.