Dozens of homes were evacuated today as flood alerts hit the East.
The coastline of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex has been battered by high winds and huge waves as the Indian summer abruptly - and in some places violently - turned to autumn.
The strong winds caused some damage to buildings and brought disruption to rail, road and air services.
Malcolm Robertson reflects on an extraordinary day of weather.
For the latest weather forecast for the Anglia region, click here.
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