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Coastal/tidal flooding is possible in places along the east coast of England on Tuesday and into the early hours of Wednesday but is expected in parts of Norfolk and the north of Suffolk on Tuesday morning to early Tuesday afternoon. Low lying land and roads will flood and there could be travel disruption.
Local coastal/tidal flooding is possible but not expected in parts of Norfolk and the north of Suffolk on Tuesday. Properties may flood and there may be travel disruption. Isolated coastal/tidal flooding is also possible for the rest of the east coast of England and Kent on Tuesday. Land, roads and some properties may flood and there may be travel disruption.
Flooding is possible on the North Norfolk Coast next Tuesday, 8th January, with a very low likelihood of significant impacts. Minor impacts are also possible more widely on the East Coast. Flood risk remains low overall for 8th January; otherwise it is very low throughout the next 5 days.
Affected Environment Agency areas are brigading operational teams today and over the weekend, in preparation for next week, and are liaising with coastal authorities to deploy any necessary temporary defences. They have arrangements in place to monitor and manage the situation over the weekend.
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