Flood alerts have been triggered on the Kent coast.
Residents on the east coast of the county have been warned to prepare amid fears of high tides.
The Environment Agency has warned households from Broadstairs to Hythe to be alert in the early hours of tomorrow.
Tides are expected to be at their highest between 1.15am and 1.45am tomorrow, with lower lying locations nearest the coast thought to be most at risk of flooding.
This includes the areas between St Margaret's at Cliffe to Sandgate, with conditions potentially proving the most serious for two hours either side of the high tide.
An agency spokesperson said: "Please be careful in areas around the coast during this period of concern and avoid contact with flood waters present.
"We are actively monitoring the situation and are prepared to respond if required."