Work will start later to ensure the flood risk to Wisbech in Cambridgeshire is minimised in future.
The region's emergency services say drivers are putting themselves in danger by ignoring road signs and driving through flood water.
A driver has been describing the moment his van was swept away by flood waters in Much Hadham, Hertfordshire.
Work on a one million pound scheme to protect King's Lynn from flooding will get underway by the end of the month.
Today people are being invited to find out more about the King's Lynn Tidal Defence project and also discuss their concerns following the December tidal surge.
A drop in session is being held in the town hall this afternoon. The project will see flood gates refurbished and existing tidal defences strengthened.
Four people from Norfolk have attended a reception at Number 10 Downing Street in recognition of their work for their communities after the aftermath of December's tidal surge.
They battled what was "the worst of British weather" but showed, in the words of the Prime Minister, "the best of British spirit."
Click below to watch Natalie Gray's report.
Seaside beauty spots around the East coast may be lost to the sea if nature is allowed to take its course.
It's been reported that some areas of the coast have been hit by years' worth of erosion in just the past three months.
The tidal surge of last December together with one of the wettest winters on record has wreaked havoc along the East coast.
In April the National Trust is to publish a report highlighting those areas in the Anglia region in a critical state.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard
The Environment Agency has three flood warnings in force in the Anglia region along with 19 flood alerts.
The flood warnings are:
North Bank Road alongside the River Nene to the east of Peterborough and the West of the Dog-in-a-Doublet Sluice
River Nene at Cogenhoe Mill Caravan Site in Northamptonshire
B1040 Thorney to Whittlesey Road to the South of the River Nene in Cambridgeshire
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At 9.30pm on Friday 14 February 2014, there were three Flood Warnings and 14 Flood Alerts in force in the Anglia region issued by the Environment Agency.
The Flood Warnings are at:
North Bank Road along the River Nene east of PeterboroughCogenhoe Mill Caravan Park in NorthamptonshireB1040 Thorney to Whittlesey Road in Cambridgeshire
An RAF reconnaissance aircraft from Norfolk has captured aerial images of the floods in the Thames Valley.
The deployment of the Tornado GR4 from RAF Marham has produced detailed imagery which it is hoped will assist the planning and co-ordination of relief efforts.
The aircraft, operated by 31 Squadron, is equipped with the highly versatile Raptor - Reconnaissance Air Pod for Tornado - which enables it to gather sophisticated, high-resolution imagery.
The imagery, now being processed and evaluated by analysts at Marham, will be passed to civilian authorities
Farmers from across the region have been collecting hay to help those affected by flooding in the West Country.
They include farmers from Northamptonshire, who are sending the supplies to their counterparts in Somerset.
More wet and stormy weather is forecast to hit the Anglia region on Wednesday and Thursday as the latest winter storm breezes in from the Atlantic.
The Met Office has two yellow warnings in force for for the Anglia region for the rain and the wind.
There are still 4 Flood Warnings and 9 Flood Alerts in place in the region following last week's rain.
The Environment Agency has issued five flood warnings for the east. A flood warning means there could be severe flooding and a danger to life.
The River Great Ouse at Bedford, at Mill Meadows and Castle Mill at Risinghoe.
The River Nene from Cogenhoe to Great Doddington.
The River Nene from Wellingborough to Thrapston.
The River Nene, Cogenhoe Caravan site.
The B1040 Thorney to Whittlesey Road to the South of the River Nene.
For more information click on the link below to go to the Environment Agency website.