The weather turns increasingly cloudy this evening and outbreaks of rain will arrive after midnight. More rain, on and off, tomorrow.
The weather stays sunny for the rest of today but with a chilly breeze. Highs of 7 Celsius.
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The A149 'Coast Road' is closed in both directions due between Old Woman's Lane (Cley Next the Sea) and The Street (Kelling) after major flooding in the Salthouse area. Buses are being diverted via the A148.
Service suspended on Greater Anglia between Norwich and Lowestoft due to poor weather. Tickets being accepted on route X1 and X2 on First Norfolk Bus services.
Due to the North Sea tidal surge, trains will be disrupted until at least Monday 9th December. There are buses are running between Beccles, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth for passengers heading to Norwich
A149 Coast Road in both directions closed due to flooding between Old Woman's Lane (Cley Next The Sea) and The Street (Kelling).Coasthopper buses are not able to run between Sheringham and Cromer, because of severe flooding between Cley and Weybourne.
A12 in both directions closed due to flooding and emergency repairs between B1125 Angel Lane and A145.The sea wall has been breached and emergency repairs will need to be carried out. The road will be closed for a considerable tim
In parts of the region, last night's high tide reached record levels.
In fact, in King's Lynn and Great Yarmouth, water levels were higher than those seen in the Great Flood of 1953.
Hundreds of people in Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk were evacuated from their homes to escape the predicted flood damage.
Here is a look back at a dramatic 24 hours.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Roberston
It's bound to be a busy time for the insurance companies as the damage caused by the storm surge is assessed.
Malcolm Tarling from the Association of British Insurers says that those wishing to claim should get in contact with their insurance company as soon as possible:
"The first thing you should do is contact your insurance company"
"Your policy document will give details of who to contact and most companies now have an emergency helpline numbers."
"A lot of companies will be being proactive. They'll be identifying their customers in those postcodes worst affected in the region, and will actually be contacting their customers directly instead of waiting for their customers to contact them."
"The priority for any insurance today, and in the coming days, is to get claims dealt with as quickly as possible, and for badly damaged properties, they'll be arranging alternative accommodation."
Cromer in North Norfolk took a severe battering last night.
The grade two listed pier is closed after the sea tore up wooden decking and ripped holes in the floor of the pavilion theatre.
The funfair on the prom has gone, beach huts have been swept into the sea and great chunks of the huge, concrete sea wall are missing.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
There are currently no severe flood warnings in the Anglia region, but some flood warnings remain in place across the East for tonight's high tides.
Here is when the tides are expected to come in tonight and into tomorrow morning.
To see the latest Environment Agency flood warnings click here
Witnesses have today been expressing their sadness after last night's tidal surge ripped through the Norfolk village of Hemsby.
Several homes were destroyed by the large waves.
Robin Adams lost his holiday home in the surge. He says that he has never seen a storm like yesterday's in his life:
"I've seen storms before, but this was relentless."
"The sand and the dunes were just being eaten up."
"It was a dramatic event, but obviously I've lost my holiday home and those memories are gone now. It's very sad."