Dozens of people in the north Norfolk village of Walcott have become the latest to be evacuated from their homes.
A severe flood warning is in place for tonight's high tide and police are being joined by firefighters and the military to encourage people to leave their properties.
About 80 residents are behind advised to evacuate by officers who are going door to door.
A rest centre has been set up at The Lighthouse Pub for anyone unable to find alternative accommodation.
A 31 year-old man from Walcott who told his victims he was terminally ill in order to steal from them has been sentenced to 20 month imprisonment.
David Andrews, of The Walkway, Walcott, appeared before Norwich Crown Court for sentencing after pleading guilty to two counts of theft and fraud by false representation.
Andrews was charged following the theft of electrical equipment including an iPad and an Xbox Connect from two separate victims.
He began relationships with his victims, telling them that his terminally ill and suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of serving as a Royal Marine in Afghanistan – neither of which is true.
The flood warning for Walcott in North Norfolk has been lifted by the Environment Agency.
Warnings and alerts remain in place for the Suffolk and Essex coast.
The body of a man has been discovered in the sea at Walcott off the Norfolk Coast.
A member of the public found the body of the man floating in the water close to the Coast Road around half past ten on Saturday morning.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained.