A flood alert is in place along the Solway Coast as businesses and homeowners prepare for more strong winds and high tides.
The Environment Agency said high tide is at 1:30pm and high water can be expected for two hours either side of the peak.
The clear up is underway from yesterday's tidal surge which caused flooding in coastal villages.
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