A tide warning has been issued in Jersey for tomorrow morning due to high tides and strong winds.
Jersey Met say waves breaking over sea walls are expected to cause problems with water and debris on roads along the south coast.
They add some flooding may occur.
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A tide alert has been issued in Guernsey for tomorrow morning, with islanders being advised to take care in the severe conditions.
Guernsey Met are warning people to be cautious of wind and wave conditions, as well as high tides which may cause spillage over sea walls.
They add there may be debris thrown onto coastal roads starting at around 6 am.
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A gap in the fog that has been covering the island has allowed some flights to land at Jersey Airport.
One plane from Liverpool landed at 11:34 and another from Glasgow touched the ground at 11:40.
The London Gatwick flight landed at 11:47.
Some other flights are scheduled to arrive this afternoon, but the low cloud is due to return and the forecast says it won't clear properly until Thursday.
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