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East Coast Trains have issued advice to passengers hoping to travel today.
They are advising passengers to allow extra time to make their journeys as stormy weather is expected to hit the East.
East Coast Trains say that they will run a revised timetable throughout the day.
There are "really severe sea conditions" along the east coast as far south as Kent, the Environment Agency has warned.
Steve Hayman told Daybreak: "The last major flood here was in 1978. We have built them up since then. The information we have got at the moment, we hope they will hold."
Anyone in the area was urged to check the Environment Agency website and listen to their local radio station for up-to-date information.
Eastern coastal areas are being warned to prepare for possible flooding as a tidal surge combines with strong winds and high tide.
A tidal surge is cause by wind driving water towards the shore, as well as low pressure. When strong winds combine with very low pressure they can raise the sea level in eastern England by more than two metres, according to the Environment Agency.
Tonight, a tidal surge is due to conincide with high tide which could mean water levels are as high as they were during the floods of 1953.
A spokesman for the Environment Agency has warned people living in coastal areas in eastern England to prepare for possible flooding ahead of the high tide tonight, which will be around 10:45pm.
– Peter Fox, environment agency
The most important thing is that along the east coast [of England] the high tide will be hitting in the hours of darkness this evening and tonight, so people really need to take the daylight hours today to prepare for the coastal and tidal flooding that we are predicting.
He said evacuation in "key areas" was being discussed with the police.
Evacuation plans are being drawn up as gale-force winds threaten to whip up the most serious tidal surge for 30 years.
The Environment Agency said plans for evacuations in "key areas" were being discussed with police.
– Peter Fox, Environment Agency
The most important thing is that along the east coast the high tide will be hitting in the hours of darkness this evening and tonight, so people really need to take the daylight hours today to prepare for the coastal and tidal flooding that we are predicting.
People are being warned to remove keys from door locks after a series of break-ins where burglars reached through cat flaps to unlock doors.
Two properties in Kempston and Leighton Buzzard were burgled on Sunday, with two more attempted in Biggleswade on Tuesday.
Peterborough City Council have unveiled plans to transform Bourges Boulevard that runs through the centre of the city.
They include widening the road and putting in extra crossings, trees and a cycle way.
The project will cost in excess of four million pounds and will begin in March.
As temperatures fall, we're being reminded to keep warm this winter to avoid falling ill.
Last winter there were over thirty thousands deaths in England and Wales, that could have been prevented, by making sure we heat our homes properly or get vaccinated against flu.
The elderly and the very young are most at risk.
Essex County Council say there could be government grants available to help.
The Environment Agency has issued severe flood warnings for East Anglia for this evening.
The warnings run across the North Norfolk coast, the Suffolk coast and the Essex coast.
There are currently 18 flood alerts across the region, but the warnings will become severe from 8pm tonight.
Flood Alert means that flooding is possible and to be prepared.
Flood Warning means flooding is expected and immediate action is required.
Severe Flood Warning means there will be severe flooding which could cause danger to life.
For up to date flood warnings you can go to the Environment Agency website or you can call their Floodline on 0845 988 1188.
Public services in Norfolk are set to be boosted by investment in new technology.
Norfolk County Council have announced an agreement with HP, Microsoft and Vodafone which they say will help give staff the best new equipment to improve their services.
They say it could also shave spending by allowing them to become more efficient with the services they provide.