FLOOD alerts have been issued across Hampshire tomorrow following Storm Brendan.

Warnings have been issued by the Environment Agency during the early hours of Wednesday morning for Southampton Hamble and Water, Mansbridge and Riverside Park, Beaulieu, Milford on Sea to Lymington, Fareham to Porchester, and Hillhead to Gosport.

Tides at Southampton Water and Hamble and Mansbridge and Riverside Park at 1.50am and 4.04am is higher than normal due to Storm Brendan.

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The total forecast tide is 5.29 metres Chart Datum at Southampton.

Footpath flooding will affect Riverside Park, and the lower floor of Eling Tide Mill and Eling Lane will flood.

Daily Echo:

A spokesperson from the Environment Agency said: "After this tide‚ no further impacts are expected.

"We continue to monitor the forecast.

"At Priory Road, residents may wish to install flood protection.

"Please consider installing the temporary flood barrier to the access road at Mansbridge.

"As heavy rainfall is also forecast over the next 24 hours, tidal defence gates at the pub should be closed."

Hampshire County Council has closed the coastal section of Cliff Road, Titchfield, due to the stormy weather. 

In Beaulieu, tide at 1.50am on is higher than normal and will increase tide table values by 0.69 m.

Early morning tide at 1.39am and 3.39am at Milford on Sea to Lymington will increase tide table values by 0.65 m.

From Fareham to Porchester and Hillhead to Gosport, the tide at 2am will be much higher with large waves.