Norfolk has seen flooding and power cuts today amid heavy winds and downpours caused by Storm Antoni.

Images taken at Cromer today (Sunday, August 6) show waves battering the pier and flooding the public promenade next to the beach.

This morning, hundreds of homes in Blakeney were left without power after an overhead cable fault.

Eastern Daily Press:

UK Power Networks hoped to restore electricity by 12pm today (August 6) however the issue is still ongoing.

A yellow weather warning was enforced by the Met Office yesterday due to the risk of flash flooding and disruption to travel.

READ MORE: Drone images show huge tidal surge on north Norfolk coast

A flooding alert has also been put in place in parts of Norfolk today, with areas like Heacham and Brancaster affected.

Eastern Daily Press: Drone images showing the tidal surge at Brancaster BeachDrone images showing the tidal surge at Brancaster Beach (Image: Gary Pearson)

Friday (August 3) saw huge tidal surges across the coast, as drone photographers captured waves almost going over the sea defences next to the golf club at Brancaster Beach.

Weather in parts of north Norfolk, including Cromer, will only reach up to 16C today.

The worst of Storm Antoni was felt on Saturday, meaning temperatures should improve during next week.