People living in parts of Norfolk have been told to "act now" with flooding expected due to high tides.

The places most at risk are on the coast at Wells Quay and adjoining roads between the flood barrier and the east end.

High tides are expected from 4.45pm until 8.45pm today.

There is also a red flood warning along the coast at Salthouse and east Cley with parts of the A149 at risk of flooding. 

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Eastern Daily Press: The areas in north and west Norfolk at riskThe areas in north and west Norfolk at risk (Image: The Environment Agency)

The eight flood alerts where "flooding is possible" run along the north Norfolk coast to Hunstanton, into King's Lynn and west Norfolk.

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: "Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. 

"Flood water is dangerous. Don't put yourself or others at risk."

People in the areas with flood warnings have been advised to move vehicles to higher ground, move family and pets to safety and move important items upstairs if possible.