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Kent is on flood warning again today as high tides combine with potential gale-force winds.
The Environment Agency this morning issued six flood alerts for the county.
It advised people living in coastal parts of Kent, in particular, to be prepared for possible flooding.
The alerts cover a wide area of the county, from Dartford to Dover.
As of this morning, they were in force for:
Forecasters said there is the chance of localised flooding and also strong winds in Kent today.
Environment Angecy operations manager Ian Nunn said: "Gale force winds, high spring tides, and stormy conditions have combined to create conditions that could have an impact along the south east coast.
"Those who live in coastal communities in Kent, Sussex, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight should think about the precautions they can take to limit the damage a flood can cause to themselves and their property."
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