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Guernsey Coastguard is warning islanders to think twice about going out on the water this weekend while the island is battered by Storm Brian.
Captain Chad Murray is urging people to take care on the island's coastlines and to keep a safe distance from the sea to avoid being swept into the water.
He says islanders should think twice about going out on the water and that sea conditions change fast and can be dangerous.
Boat owners are advised to check their moorings and secure any loose gear.
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It comes as Storm Brian is set to hit the Channel Islands.
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A combination of very windy conditions and high spring tides is expected to cause flooding along Guernsey's coastline.
This evening's high tide at 7pm and Force 6-8 winds will combine to bring disruption to the east of the island.
Tomorrow morning's high tide at 7:15am is also likely to bring similar conditions to the island's west coast.
Drivers and pedestrians using coast roads and footpaths are being advised to take extreme care, as conditions are likely to be hazardous.
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