The Environment Agency has issued flood warnings for a number of places along the Essex coastline - some of which are the most severe warnings possible and warn of a danger to life.
At Leigh on Sea, Southend seafront, and from Southend Pier to Shoeburyness, there is a high risk of flooding tomorrow afternoon from 1.30pm.
Further north, there are 3 severe flood warnings in place, indicating a high level of flood water posing a danger to life. These are:
The coast from Clacton to Lee Wick
Tidal river Stour at Mistley, including the Quay and the Walls
West Mersea, The Strood and adjacent marshland
For all the latest information on whether your area is at risk and how to prepare for a flood, check the government's official flood warnings website.