Flood warnings and alerts remain in force across Norfolk and Suffolk, but the region appears to have escaped relatively unscathed amid high tides and blustery winds.
Today's flooding in Southwold has made for some dramatic pictures, even the Chairman of Suffolk County Council has been tweeting photos of the scenes that unfolded.
Coastal communities have been battered by high tides and flooding this morning.
A flood warning has been issued for low lying properties along the tidal River Waveney.
Flood warnings remain in place following a dramatic day up and down the East Anglian coast today during which a tidal surge threatened to wash out homes and businesses.
Felixstowe Ferry fell victim to the coastal floods this afternoon - hours before high tide even hit.
High tide is starting to reach Southwold with residents and business owners reporting that water levels are already high at the town.
Dramatic video footage shows the extent of flooding caused by the high tides hitting the Suffolk coast today.
The Environment Agency have been giving their latest updates on the situation across the Suffolk coast as high tide hits across Suffolk.
Follow our live updates as we follow high spring tides across Suffolk and north Essex which authorities have warned could cause flooding in coastal areas of our region.
A Southwold pub has pulled out all the stops to protect itself as spring tides are expected to threaten parts of the Suffolk coastline.
People are being urged to protect their property as spring tides are expected to cause flooding on the Suffolk coastline.
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