High tides could cause flooding in Cornwall today and tomorrow (February 21 and 22).

The Environment Agency has issued a number of alerts across the Cornwall coast, with waves of up to 2m (6.56ft) predicted to overtop sea defences and cause sea spray.

Flooding is possible in low-lying parts of north Cornwall including Padstow, Rock and Sladesbridge, the agency said.

Alerts are in place in south Cornwall from Lizard Point to Gribbin Head.

People have been advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast.

The warnings cover:

North Cornwall - 

The coast from Chapel Porth to The Rumps.

The coast from Land’s End to Chapel Porth.

The coast from The Rumps to Hartland Point, excluding Bude.

South Cornwall

From Land’s End to Lizard Point.

From Lizard Point to Gribbin Head, excluding Truro.

And the tidal River Camel, excluding Wadebridge and Chapel Amble.