Published: 19:27, 19 September 2020
| Updated: 08:01, 20 September 2020
Part of the north Kent coast is on flood alert with a larger than normal high tide expected in the early hours of Sunday.
The high tide is due to hit at 3.09am tomorrow (Sunday) and flooding could be possible for two hours before and after that time as the water starts to rise, then takes time to subside.
According to the Environment Agency, low lying coastal locations are likely to be worst affected particularly Faversham Creek.
The alert will be in place until 10am.
While no further flooding is expected over the next few days, bosses will continue to monitor the situation and issue further warnings if necessary.
Residents are being urged to stay safe and avoid venturing into any flood water.
A flood alert means flooding is possible and people living in the affected area should be prepared.
There are currently 24 in force across the country, but this is the only one in Kent at the present time.