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Map 51.86--4.98Caution Flood Alert High tides are predicted for this afternoons high tide Monday 16th /10/. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. The combination of large waves together with high winds means that wave overtopping is likely in a number of exposed locations around the Pembrokeshire coastline. In particular Newgale is likely to be affected by wave action and debris being swept up the shingle bank. At Dale and Little Haven flood gates will be closed to ensure waves do not affect the coast road. The majority of the Pembrokeshire coastline is likely to be affected this afternoon and care needs to be exercised during this stormy period. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris. The time of high tide is approximately 4:30 pm at Milford Haven.

Location: Flood, 3.9m of Haverfordwest
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:25
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.56--2.45Caution Flood Alert The following Flood Warning will remain in force for two hours following the time of high tide. The Causeway between Portland and Wyke Regis may become impassable. Dangerous wave overtopping including shingle is possible. Take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. The time and date of the forecast high water for which this Flood Warning is in force is: 5:45 pm (Local time) on 16/10/2017 (4:45 pm GMT). The forecast wind direction is South West. The forecast wind strength is Force 7.

Location: Flood, 2.63m of Weymouth
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 10:35
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 51.71--5.17Caution Flood Alert This Flood Warning is for this afternoons tide 16th/10/2017. High tide is approximately 4:50pm. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Be careful on areas adjacent to the sea front at Dale especially around the area of the Griffin public house where wind driven spray and minor overtopping may occur.

Location: Flood, 5.88m of Milford Haven
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 15:39
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 51.55--3.92Caution Flood Alert High tides are predicted for this afternoons tides, /10/16th 2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths, roads, close to the seafront. The combination of large waves and high winds could result in damage to exposed stretches of the coastline. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous, and could contain debris.

Location: Flood, 3.93m of The Mumbles
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:42
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 51.76--4.34Caution Flood Alert High tides are predicted for this afternoons tides, /10/16th 2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths, roads, close to the seafront. The combination of large waves and high winds could result in damage to exposed stretches of the coastline. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous, and could contain debris.

Location: Flood, 7.15m of Carmarthen
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:42
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.21--5.38Caution Flood Alert Hazardous conditions are expected along the coast over the high tide on Monday afternoon, with exceptionally large and high energy waves combining with 60 to 70 miles per hour winds. The time of high tide at St Ives on Monday afternoon is 15:50 (local time). Overtopping is possible at exposed coastal locations, especially along the edges of quays and sea walls. Whilst extensive flooding or inundation is unlikely, some isolated property flooding is possible. The public are advised to take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas, and follow any instructions from the emergency services. We are expecting to issue further coastal Flood Alerts during this week as astronomical tide levels increase, and the unsettled weather persists.

Location: Flood, 7.11m of Redruth
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:26
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.63--2.68Caution Flood Alert This Flood Alert will remain in force for 2 hours after the forecast peak water level. This flood alert covers the west coast of Dorset but particularly focuses on Lyme Regis, West Bay and Chiswell. large waves are expected offshore with the potential to cause spray overtopping of defences. The high water is forecast at 4:45 PM local time on the 16/10/2017 (3:45pm GMT). The wind is forecast as South Westerly, Force 7.

Location: Flood, 10.44m of Weymouth
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First Reported: 15/10/2017, 18:47
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 51.55--2.64Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 3.78m of Avonmouth
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 20:42
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.72--2.93Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 0.78m of Lyme Regis
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 20:16
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.71--2.76Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 6.17m of Beaminster
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 20:15
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.33--3.01Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 4.45m of Windermere
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 16:12
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.7--2.03Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 1.76m of Poole
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 14:15
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.73--1.77Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 4.94m of Bournemouth
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 14:14
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 52.92--3.44Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 8.41m of Llangollen
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 12:51
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.01--1.15Caution Flood Alert The levels in the Upper River Ouse catchment have now returned to normal for the time of year. The latest levels can be found in the flood warning information service section of the gov.uk website. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.

Location: Flood, 4.17m of York
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 08:58
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 52.24--4.26Caution Flood Alert This Flood Warning is for this afternoons tide at approximately 6 pm, 16th/10/2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Large waves and high winds are expected to affect the length of the sea front in Aberaeron this afternoon. Wind assisted wave overtopping is likely to affect the seafront. The quayside will also be affected as waves enter the harbour area. Debris thrown up by the waves can be dangerous. Be careful on the seafront and the harbour. The public are advised to stay clear of the area over the period of high tide.

Location: Flood, 0.51m of Aberaeron
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 15:43
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 52.87--4.23Caution Flood Alert A Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Barmouth, the time and date of the forecast high water is 18:47 on Monday 16th /10/. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

Location: Flood, 6.38m of Porthmadog
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 09:02
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.92--3.18Caution Flood Alert A Flood Alert is in force for the period between Monday 16/10/2017 at 14:00 and Tuesday 17th/10/2017 at midday. Gale force winds are forecast and will bring the risk of very large waves during this period. Overtopping of defences and tidal spray may cause onshore flooding to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. Please take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. Environment Agency officers are on the ground ensuring defences are in good working order, monitoring sea levels and wind directions. Locations likely to be most affected are the coast at Silloth and exposed areas across the Cumbrian coast. We will update this message should we have any additional information.

Location: Flood, 6.19m of Gretna
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 10:08
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.69--3.52Caution Flood Alert A Flood Alert is in force for the period between Monday 16/10/2017 at 14:00 and Tuesday 17th/10/2017 at midday. Gale force winds are forecast and will bring the risk of very large waves during this period. Overtopping of defences and tidal spray may cause onshore flooding to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. Please take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. Environment Agency officers are on the ground ensuring defences are in good working order, monitoring sea levels and wind directions. Locations likely to be most affected are the coast at Maryport and Silloth, and exposed areas across the Cumbrian coast. We will update this message should we have any additional information.

Location: Flood, 6.84m of Cockermouth
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 10:08
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.35--3.48Caution Flood Alert A Flood Alert is in force for the period between Monday 16/10/2017 at 14:00 and Tuesday 17th/10/2017 at midday. Gale force winds are forecast and will bring the risk of very large waves during this period. Overtopping of defences and tidal spray may cause onshore flooding to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. Please take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. Environment Agency officers are on the ground ensuring defences are in good working order, monitoring sea levels and wind directions. Locations likely to be most affected are the coast at Braystones and exposed areas across the Cumbrian coast. We will update this message should we have any additional information.

Location: Flood, 14.69m of Whitehaven
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 10:08
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.07--0.15Caution Flood Alert The flood alert for the North Sea at Bridlington is in force for the tides on Monday 16th/10/between 2pm and 6pm, Tuesday 17th/10/between 2am and 5am and again between 2:30pm and 6pm. This is due to overtopping waves and wind-blown spray expected in the South Pier area. We will continue to monitor the situation and update this message as required

Location: Flood, 2.98m of Bridlington
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 10:23
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.02--2.84Caution Flood Alert Southerly winds exceeding gale force 8 and 9 will impact the Lancashire coastline from midday on Monday 16th/10/until the early hours of the 17th /10/. In exposed coastal areas winds may gust to 70MPH or above. This tidal surge does not coincide with the 10pm high tide. Please take extra care in high winds and avoid exposed coastal areas. Please follow any instructions from the emergency services. The high tides will be in force at 10pm on Monday 16th/10/and 1030am on Tuesday 17th /10/.

Location: Flood, 2.41m of Heysham
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:23
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 52.31--4.31Caution Flood Alert High tides are predicted for this afternoons high tide Monday 16th /10/. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerley direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. The combination of large waves together with high winds means that wave overtopping is likely in a number of exposed locations around the ceredigion coastline. In particular Aberystwyth sea front is likely to be affected by wave action and debris being swept onto the promenade area. At Aberaeron wave action is likely to affect the quayside in the Harbour. Wave action is also likely to affect the frontage at Borth and Clarach Bay. The majority of the Ceredigion coastline is likely to be affected this afternoon and care needs to be exercised during this stormy period. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris. The time of high tide at Aberystwyth is approximately 6:30 pm this afternoon.

Location: Flood, 5.04m of Aberaeron
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:24
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 51.11--4.09Caution Flood Alert This Flood Alert will be in force for 2 hours following the time of high water. The forecast high water at Ilfracombe is at 4:15pm local time on the 16/10/2017 The Forecast Wind is South Westerly, Force 9. Large offshore waves are likely to cause spray overtopping of defences. Take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. This message will be updated as conditions change

Location: Flood, 2.63m of Barnstaple
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 15:31
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.46--5.03Caution Flood Alert Hazardous conditions are expected along the coast over the high tide on Monday afternoon, with exceptionally large and high energy waves combining with 60 to 70 miles per hour winds. The time of high tide at Padstow on Monday afternoon is 15:58 (local time). Overtopping is possible at exposed coastal locations, especially along the edges of quays and sea walls. Whilst extensive flooding or inundation is unlikely, some isolated property flooding is possible. The public are advised to take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. We are expecting to issue further coastal Flood Alerts during this week as astronomical tide levels increase, and the unsettled weather persists.

Location: Flood, 3.67m of Newquay
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:26
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 52.41--4.09Caution Flood Alert This Flood Warning is for this afternoons tide at approximately 6.30 pm, 16th/10/2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Large waves and high winds are expected to affect the length of the sea front in Aberystwyth this afternoon. Wind assisted wave overtopping is likely to deposit debris onto the front. Debris thrown up by the waves can be dangerous. Be careful on the promenade area and the public are advised to stay clear of the area over the period of high tide.

Location: Flood, 0.88m of Aberystwyth
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 15:41
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Map 53.27--4.46Caution Flood Alert A Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Holyhead, the time and date of the forecast high water is 21:05 on Monday 16th /10/. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

Location: Flood, 5.19m of Llangefni
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 09:28
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.64--4.78Caution Flood Alert Hazardous conditions are expected along the coast over the high tide on Monday afternoon, with exceptionally large and high energy waves combining with 60 to 70 miles per hour winds. The time of high tide at Bude on Monday afternoon is 16:11 (local time). Overtopping is possible at exposed coastal locations, especially along the edges of quays and sea walls. Whilst extensive flooding or inundation is unlikely, some isolated property flooding is possible. The public are advised to take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas, and follow any instructions from the emergency services. We are expecting to issue further coastal Flood Alerts during this week as astronomical tide levels increase, and the unsettled weather persists.

Location: Flood, 8.8m of Wadebridge
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 11:26
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 51.22--3.61Caution Flood Alert Strong winds will cause tide levels to rise further. Low pressure will cause sea levels to be higher than forecast in tide tables. Overtopping and onshore flooding may occur as a result of high water levels combined with high energy waves. The time and date of the forecast high water is 16:45 on 16/10/2017. The forecast tide level is 5.72m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 7 west south westerly. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Hinkley Point. Take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services

Location: Flood, 5.71m of Minehead
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 16:02
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.6--3.15Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 1.37m of Keswick
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 08:55
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 54.54--3.15Caution Flood Alert The level of Derwentwater is falling after a period of dry weather. Monday and Tuesday are forecast to be mainly dry, but the level of Derwentwater is likely to stay above flood alert levels throughout Monday and into Tuesday. Environment Agency duty officers are continuing to monitor rainfall, river and lake levels. We will update this message with updated forecast information in due course.

Location: Flood, 4.6m of Keswick
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First Reported: 16/10/2017, 16:16
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 50.66--2.09Caution Flood Alert This flood alert is for the East Coast of Dorset but is particularly focused on Preston Beach. The Flood Alert will be in force for 2 hours after the time of high water. The forecast time of high water is 4:45pm local time on the 16/10/2017 (03:45PM GMT). The Forecast Wind is South Westerly, Force 7. Large offshore waves is likely to cause spray overtopping of defences. take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services.

Location: Flood, 5.31m of Poole
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First Reported: 15/10/2017, 18:58
Last Updated: 17/10/2017, 06:42
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Map 53.79--1Caution Flood Alert The levels in the Tidal River Ouse have now returned to normal for the time of year. The latest levels can be found in the flood warning information service section of the gov.uk website. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.

Location: Flood, 2.89m of Selby
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Caution Flood AlertThe levels in the Tidal River Ouse have now returned to normal for the time of year. The latest levels can be found in the flood warning information service section of the gov.uk website. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.

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Flood, 2.89m of Selby

Caution Flood AlertThis flood alert is for the East Coast of Dorset but is particularly focused on Preston Beach. The Flood Alert will be in force for 2 hours after the time of high water. The forecast time of high water is 4:45pm local time on the 16/10/2017 (03:45PM GMT). The Forecast Wind is South Westerly, Force 7. Large offshore waves is likely to cause spray overtopping of defences. take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services.

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Flood, 5.31m of Poole

Caution Flood AlertThe level of Derwentwater is falling after a period of dry weather. Monday and Tuesday are forecast to be mainly dry, but the level of Derwentwater is likely to stay above flood alert levels throughout Monday and into Tuesday. Environment Agency duty officers are continuing to monitor rainfall, river and lake levels. We will update this message with updated forecast information in due course.

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Flood, 4.6m of Keswick

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Flood, 1.37m of Keswick

Caution Flood AlertStrong winds will cause tide levels to rise further. Low pressure will cause sea levels to be higher than forecast in tide tables. Overtopping and onshore flooding may occur as a result of high water levels combined with high energy waves. The time and date of the forecast high water is 16:45 on 16/10/2017. The forecast tide level is 5.72m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 7 west south westerly. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Hinkley Point. Take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services

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Flood, 5.71m of Minehead

Caution Flood AlertHazardous conditions are expected along the coast over the high tide on Monday afternoon, with exceptionally large and high energy waves combining with 60 to 70 miles per hour winds. The time of high tide at Bude on Monday afternoon is 16:11 (local time). Overtopping is possible at exposed coastal locations, especially along the edges of quays and sea walls. Whilst extensive flooding or inundation is unlikely, some isolated property flooding is possible. The public are advised to take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas, and follow any instructions from the emergency services. We are expecting to issue further coastal Flood Alerts during this week as astronomical tide levels increase, and the unsettled weather persists.

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Flood, 8.8m of Wadebridge

Caution Flood AlertA Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Holyhead, the time and date of the forecast high water is 21:05 on Monday 16th /10/. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

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Flood, 5.19m of Llangefni

Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Warning is for this afternoons tide at approximately 6.30 pm, 16th/10/2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Large waves and high winds are expected to affect the length of the sea front in Aberystwyth this afternoon. Wind assisted wave overtopping is likely to deposit debris onto the front. Debris thrown up by the waves can be dangerous. Be careful on the promenade area and the public are advised to stay clear of the area over the period of high tide.

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Flood, 0.88m of Aberystwyth

Caution Flood AlertHazardous conditions are expected along the coast over the high tide on Monday afternoon, with exceptionally large and high energy waves combining with 60 to 70 miles per hour winds. The time of high tide at Padstow on Monday afternoon is 15:58 (local time). Overtopping is possible at exposed coastal locations, especially along the edges of quays and sea walls. Whilst extensive flooding or inundation is unlikely, some isolated property flooding is possible. The public are advised to take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. We are expecting to issue further coastal Flood Alerts during this week as astronomical tide levels increase, and the unsettled weather persists.

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Flood, 3.67m of Newquay

Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Alert will be in force for 2 hours following the time of high water. The forecast high water at Ilfracombe is at 4:15pm local time on the 16/10/2017 The Forecast Wind is South Westerly, Force 9. Large offshore waves are likely to cause spray overtopping of defences. Take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. This message will be updated as conditions change

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Flood, 2.63m of Barnstaple

Caution Flood AlertHigh tides are predicted for this afternoons high tide Monday 16th /10/. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerley direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. The combination of large waves together with high winds means that wave overtopping is likely in a number of exposed locations around the ceredigion coastline. In particular Aberystwyth sea front is likely to be affected by wave action and debris being swept onto the promenade area. At Aberaeron wave action is likely to affect the quayside in the Harbour. Wave action is also likely to affect the frontage at Borth and Clarach Bay. The majority of the Ceredigion coastline is likely to be affected this afternoon and care needs to be exercised during this stormy period. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris. The time of high tide at Aberystwyth is approximately 6:30 pm this afternoon.

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Flood, 5.04m of Aberaeron

Caution Flood AlertSoutherly winds exceeding gale force 8 and 9 will impact the Lancashire coastline from midday on Monday 16th/10/until the early hours of the 17th /10/. In exposed coastal areas winds may gust to 70MPH or above. This tidal surge does not coincide with the 10pm high tide. Please take extra care in high winds and avoid exposed coastal areas. Please follow any instructions from the emergency services. The high tides will be in force at 10pm on Monday 16th/10/and 1030am on Tuesday 17th /10/.

Location:
Flood, 2.41m of Heysham

Caution Flood AlertThe flood alert for the North Sea at Bridlington is in force for the tides on Monday 16th/10/between 2pm and 6pm, Tuesday 17th/10/between 2am and 5am and again between 2:30pm and 6pm. This is due to overtopping waves and wind-blown spray expected in the South Pier area. We will continue to monitor the situation and update this message as required

Location:
Flood, 2.98m of Bridlington

Caution Flood AlertA Flood Alert is in force for the period between Monday 16/10/2017 at 14:00 and Tuesday 17th/10/2017 at midday. Gale force winds are forecast and will bring the risk of very large waves during this period. Overtopping of defences and tidal spray may cause onshore flooding to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. Please take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. Environment Agency officers are on the ground ensuring defences are in good working order, monitoring sea levels and wind directions. Locations likely to be most affected are the coast at Braystones and exposed areas across the Cumbrian coast. We will update this message should we have any additional information.

Location:
Flood, 14.69m of Whitehaven

Caution Flood AlertA Flood Alert is in force for the period between Monday 16/10/2017 at 14:00 and Tuesday 17th/10/2017 at midday. Gale force winds are forecast and will bring the risk of very large waves during this period. Overtopping of defences and tidal spray may cause onshore flooding to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. Please take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. Environment Agency officers are on the ground ensuring defences are in good working order, monitoring sea levels and wind directions. Locations likely to be most affected are the coast at Maryport and Silloth, and exposed areas across the Cumbrian coast. We will update this message should we have any additional information.

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Flood, 6.84m of Cockermouth

Caution Flood AlertA Flood Alert is in force for the period between Monday 16/10/2017 at 14:00 and Tuesday 17th/10/2017 at midday. Gale force winds are forecast and will bring the risk of very large waves during this period. Overtopping of defences and tidal spray may cause onshore flooding to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. Please take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. Environment Agency officers are on the ground ensuring defences are in good working order, monitoring sea levels and wind directions. Locations likely to be most affected are the coast at Silloth and exposed areas across the Cumbrian coast. We will update this message should we have any additional information.

Location:
Flood, 6.19m of Gretna

Caution Flood AlertA Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Barmouth, the time and date of the forecast high water is 18:47 on Monday 16th /10/. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

Location:
Flood, 6.38m of Porthmadog

Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Warning is for this afternoons tide at approximately 6 pm, 16th/10/2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Large waves and high winds are expected to affect the length of the sea front in Aberaeron this afternoon. Wind assisted wave overtopping is likely to affect the seafront. The quayside will also be affected as waves enter the harbour area. Debris thrown up by the waves can be dangerous. Be careful on the seafront and the harbour. The public are advised to stay clear of the area over the period of high tide.

Location:
Flood, 0.51m of Aberaeron

Caution Flood AlertThe levels in the Upper River Ouse catchment have now returned to normal for the time of year. The latest levels can be found in the flood warning information service section of the gov.uk website. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.

Location:
Flood, 4.17m of York

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 8.41m of Llangollen

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 4.94m of Bournemouth

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 1.76m of Poole

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 4.45m of Windermere

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 6.17m of Beaminster

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 0.78m of Lyme Regis

Caution Flood Alert

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Flood, 3.78m of Avonmouth

Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Alert will remain in force for 2 hours after the forecast peak water level. This flood alert covers the west coast of Dorset but particularly focuses on Lyme Regis, West Bay and Chiswell. large waves are expected offshore with the potential to cause spray overtopping of defences. The high water is forecast at 4:45 PM local time on the 16/10/2017 (3:45pm GMT). The wind is forecast as South Westerly, Force 7.

Location:
Flood, 10.44m of Weymouth

Caution Flood AlertHazardous conditions are expected along the coast over the high tide on Monday afternoon, with exceptionally large and high energy waves combining with 60 to 70 miles per hour winds. The time of high tide at St Ives on Monday afternoon is 15:50 (local time). Overtopping is possible at exposed coastal locations, especially along the edges of quays and sea walls. Whilst extensive flooding or inundation is unlikely, some isolated property flooding is possible. The public are advised to take care in high winds, to stay away from exposed coastal areas, and follow any instructions from the emergency services. We are expecting to issue further coastal Flood Alerts during this week as astronomical tide levels increase, and the unsettled weather persists.

Location:
Flood, 7.11m of Redruth

Caution Flood AlertHigh tides are predicted for this afternoons tides, /10/16th 2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths, roads, close to the seafront. The combination of large waves and high winds could result in damage to exposed stretches of the coastline. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous, and could contain debris.

Location:
Flood, 7.15m of Carmarthen

Caution Flood AlertHigh tides are predicted for this afternoons tides, /10/16th 2017. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Be careful on beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths, roads, close to the seafront. The combination of large waves and high winds could result in damage to exposed stretches of the coastline. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous, and could contain debris.

Location:
Flood, 3.93m of The Mumbles

Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Warning is for this afternoons tide 16th/10/2017. High tide is approximately 4:50pm. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. Be careful on areas adjacent to the sea front at Dale especially around the area of the Griffin public house where wind driven spray and minor overtopping may occur.

Location:
Flood, 5.88m of Milford Haven

Caution Flood AlertThe following Flood Warning will remain in force for two hours following the time of high tide. The Causeway between Portland and Wyke Regis may become impassable. Dangerous wave overtopping including shingle is possible. Take care in high winds, stay away from exposed coastal areas and follow any instructions from the emergency services. The time and date of the forecast high water for which this Flood Warning is in force is: 5:45 pm (Local time) on 16/10/2017 (4:45 pm GMT). The forecast wind direction is South West. The forecast wind strength is Force 7.

Location:
Flood, 2.63m of Weymouth

Caution Flood AlertHigh tides are predicted for this afternoons high tide Monday 16th /10/. The winds are forecast to be gale force 9 from a south westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be very large. The combination of large waves together with high winds means that wave overtopping is likely in a number of exposed locations around the Pembrokeshire coastline. In particular Newgale is likely to be affected by wave action and debris being swept up the shingle bank. At Dale and Little Haven flood gates will be closed to ensure waves do not affect the coast road. The majority of the Pembrokeshire coastline is likely to be affected this afternoon and care needs to be exercised during this stormy period. Be careful as sea spray and waves could be dangerous and could contain debris. The time of high tide is approximately 4:30 pm at Milford Haven.

Location:
Flood, 3.9m of Haverfordwest

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