Published: 08:25, 10 March 2021
| Updated: 08:38, 10 March 2021
The county will be battered by 70mph winds and heavy rain today, according to the Met Office.
A yellow weather warning has been put out across Kent and the rest of the country, with people asked to be cautious between 9pm today through to 3pm tomorrow.
Travel delays could be seen, with the Met office warning drivers of high-sided vehicles to be extra alert on exposed routes and bridges.
Some bus and train services could be affected, with some journeys taking longer.
Furthermore, power outages could be on the cards across the region.
The RNLI has also urged people to stay back from the anticipated rough seas, caused by the gale force winds.
The lifeboat charity is encouraging people to "exercise extreme caution if visiting the shoreline, especially along exposed cliffs, seafronts and piers".
Gareth Morrison, RNLI Head of Water Safety, said: "During lockdown, RNLI lifeboats and stations remain operational and will launch around the clock where there is risk to life.
"We would encourage everyone to follow the latest government guidelines on what they are able to do and where they are able to go during lockdown, but for anyone visiting a coastal area please understand the risks to be as safe as possible and not put unnecessary strain on front line services.
"In a normal year around, 150 people lose their lives at the coast and we know that more than half of those never intended to be in the water.
"So, whether you are walking, running or cycling at the coast, please be extra responsible and avoid taking unnecessary risk or entering the water.
"In particular, we ask people to stay well back from stormy, wintry seas and cliff edges, check tide times before you go, take a phone with you, and call 999 or 112 and ask for the Coastguard if you or someone else is in trouble."
The weather will remain unsettled with blustery showers through the weekend.