Flood warnings have been in force along the coast of Cumbria and Southern Scotland as, once again, high tides and strong winds battered the region.
Water levels peaked around mid afternoon. So far there haven't been reports of major flooding... but the Environment Agency says some properties are still at risk.
Elsewhere the clean-up is continuing following last weeks storms. Our correspondent Hannah McNulty has this report.
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