One flood warning remains in place this evening after a day of high winds and rain along the East coast.
While the worst of the weather appears to have left Norfolk and Suffolk, the Environment Agency is still urging communities close to the waterfront in Maldon and the Hythe to prepare for flooding.
Lesser "flood alerts" are also in place across all three counties.
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