The first high tide of the day passed without incident this morning in Wells - but the coastal town was ready for the worst.
The flood barriers are up and were closed in the lead up to a possible surge at 7am.
But they were reopened soon after and ITV News Anglia's reporter Malcolm Robertson said the roads had remained clear of water.
Wells lifeboat has rescued a small fishing boat that had suffered engine failure on it's way from Wells to Grimsby.
Crews were in the middle of a training exercise when they received the call from the Coastguard at 9am Sunday 18th December.
The twenty-four foot leisure craft 'Patsy Lou' got into difficulty around five miles north of Wells and the two-man crew called the coastguard for help.
No one was hurt in the incident.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man died in a motorbike crash on the A149 at Holkham, Norfolk, yesterday afternoon.
Officers were called to the scene at 2pm after a Keeway 125 motorbike, travelling from Wells towards Holkham, left the road and mounted the verge.
Emergency services attended to the rider, who was in his seventies, but he died at the scene.
The road was closed while the incident was dealt with. It re-opened shortly before 5.30pm.
An appeal's been launched for a new lifeboat at Wells on the Norfolk coast.
Over the years,thousands of lives have been saved by crews from the town. but volunteers at the station want to replace the current boat with a faster, more modern vessel.
Although most of the two million pounds needed has already come from legacy gifts, 250 thousand pounds still has to be raised over the next 18 months.
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Flooding is expected.The forecast high tide is due at 8:41am on Friday 6th December 2013.Flooding is expected for the quay and waterside properties in Wells-next-the-Sea.
A bull loose on road on A149 Coast Road near Warham Road / Stiffkey Road.
Wells lifeboat crew have urged the public to check tides and sea conditions before venturing out following two call outs this weekend.
The all-weather lifeboat was summoned to help a pleasure craft with steering problems about a mile off the Norfolk coast yesterday. The boat was towed to safety.
In a separate incident the inshore boat rescued a woman dog walker who was cut off by the tide. No-one was hurt in either incident.
The chairman of The Mid Norfolk Railway, Barry Woodgett, grew up in Dereham in Norfolk. He remembers the shock that was felt in the community after the Beeching Report came out. It resulted in the closure of the Dereham-Wells line in October 1964.