The clear-up is underway again in Cumbria and Southern Scotland after more heavy rain battered the coastline.
A flood alert is still in place for Dumfries and Galloway as strong winds combined with a high tide look set to cause more disruption.
The alert has been downgraded from a flood warning which was in place yesterday.
The streets of Kippford, on the Solway Coast, were deserted as a tidal surge combined with high winds flooded the village.
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