A Flood Alert has been issued due to the high tide forecast for this afternoon (Sunday 10th May).
The Environment Agency has confirmed that the highest tide level is expected to be at 3:30pm this afternoon. Flooding is possible two hours either side of this time.
They say they are monitoring the situation, though flooding to properties is not expected. The main areas of concern include Faversham and Conyer and response staff are checking flood defences and structures and are prepared to respond if required.
They are advising people to be careful along beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths and roads as large waves and sea spray could be dangerous.
The Environment Agency say they are expecting higher than normal tides over the next 3 days and may be issuing further messages during this time.
For those who need it, the forecast total water height at Sheerness for the 3:30pm Sunday afternoon tide is 3.57m AOD.