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Jersey Fire & Rescue is warning people to ensure all garden furniture, sheds and trampolines are secured ahead of the weekend's weather warnings.
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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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Boat owners are being urged to check their moorings as high winds, heavy rain and spring tides are forecast over the coming days.
The Elizabeth Marina Storm Gate in Jersey will be raised from 10am today until further notice.
Owners are asked to check that lines are intact and that fenders, covers and loose items are properly secured and tied down.
Islanders are being warned that high winds and tides could mean waves crashing over the sea walls on Guernsey's west coast.
The 9.4 metre tides at 18:20 tonight, and tomorrow's 9.5 metre tide at 06:40 combined with Force 6-7 winds could cause spillage over sea walls.
Guernsey Met add there may be debris thrown onto coastal roads.