Jersey coastal flooding 'expected' as 'red' warning issued

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Strong winds and high tides are expected to cause coastal flooding in parts of Jersey, the island's met office has warned.

An "orange" warning has been issued for Sunday night with waves expected to break over the sea walls at high tide.

Forecasters have also issued a "red" tidal and flood warning for Monday morning with flooding expected along the south coast at high tide.

Some coastal roads are expected to close.

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