Some parts of the UK are have seen the worst storm surge in 60 years, but we are not out of the danger yet.
Water levels around the UK could be higher than in the storm surge of 1953, but thanks to flood defences the impact is likely to be smaller.
Ex-tropical cyclone Oswald has brought widespread flooding and strong winds to eastern Australia.
London Road in Lowestoft, Suffolk appears to be under at least a foot of water:
#FloodAdvice No further evacuations planned. All people evacuated last night can now safely return home. Thanks again for your support.
The RNLI crew in North Berwick, East Lothian have tweeted these photographs of the high tide lapping the edges of the town:
Scotland Yard's Marine Policing Unit has been reporting that a pod of dolphins has found its way up the Thames:
Marine 2 have been alerted to a sighting of a dolphin near Tower Bridge.
No further sightings of the #dolphin to report of. We're not sure if its here by accident or whether it swam here on porpoise......
Breaking #dolphin news.. Marine 2 are following a pod of about 5 harbour porpoises in the Lambeth area of the river.
West Sussex fire crews have been working through the night to protect properties in the coastal town of Shoreham.
Charlie Hall, Deputy Chief Constable of Norfolk Police, said that in places the waters exceeded the levels seen in the storm surge of 1953:
In places, water levels were higher than those experienced in the flooding of 1953, when many people lost their lives.
Thankfully that has not been the case on this occasion, a combination of improved defences in place and the concerted efforts of the community, the emergency services and the agencies that have worked to support the evacuation and keep people informed.
This video shows the whole of Scarborough seafront and large parts of the town underwater.
People are seen wading in water up to their waists in what appears to be the town's lifeboat shelter.
This video has now been removed.