Both the morning and evening high tides on the Lincolnshire coast, Humber and Wash areas have passed without major incidents, despite threats of flooding from the storm surge.
Authorities will continue to monitor water levels and check the sea defences overnight.
The Environment Agency issued flood warnings for areas of the Lincolnshire coast on Friday, January 13.
High tides at around 6.30am and 6.30pm had the potential to cause some overtopping and disruption.
The evening high tide saw some impressive waves at Cleethorpes and some overtopping at the Humberside Fitties caravan park.
However, Mablethorpe, Skegness and Boston emerged relatively unscathed as defences held up.
Around 100 soldiers were deployed to the coast as part of the two-day operation, with officers from various police forces helping with the efforts.
Meanwhile, icy weather is still expected overnight across the county, but the weather is expected to improve towards the end of the weekend.