The emergency services in Suffolk had a busy night dealing with flooding incidents.
The county's fire service attended 18 incidents and rescued 27 people.
Suffolk Police Assistant Chief Constable Tim Newcomb, said: "The multi-agency responders to this incident have been working incredibly hard throughout the night to minimise the risk to Suffolk residents. It’s not over yet.
"There is always an element of uncertainty when trying to predict the natural environment but we will keep the public informed about our plans and approach. At the same time we also need to start to think about what needs to be done to clear up.”
We want to ensure that our plans for the next 24 hours are appropriate in order to address the next two potentially significant tide levels which will be at lunchtime and midnight.
Families left homeless in Norfolk after last week's tidal surge have described how community support has helped them through the ordeal.
The Suffolk Resilience Forum has formally called an end to the major incident that was declared in response to the tidal surge.
Thinking about returning home after the floods? Get the latest advice from Suffolk Coastal District Council.