Very strong waves will be breaking on the shore , with possible projections of pebbles and marine litter. , Temporary elevation of sea level at high tide may cause local coastal invasions. , Traffic on the routes along the coast may be disrupted. , Significant damage is locally feared to light and temporary facilities and habitat on the shore. , Significant flooding is expected in the vicinity of estuaries during high tide (Whitewater). , Associated with high tidal range (Whitewater), the risk of coastal flooding will be greater. Keep informed of the situation by listening to the media., Avoid walking or driving along the seashore. , If you have to, move carefully, limit your speed and do not enter roads exposed to waves or already flooded., Inhabitants of the seashore or along estuaries:, Close doors, windows and shutters facing the waterfront. , Protect your property that could be flooded or washed away., Prepare emergency food and relief material, Watch for rising water and stay informed with the authorities. , boaters: , Do not take the sea., Do not practice water sports., Before the event, check your ship docking and secure the equipment on board. , Do not leave anything on board which could cause a crash., Maritime professionals:, Do not take the sea, Be careful if you have to leave. , On board, wear your safety equipment (lifevests,...). , Swimmers, divers, fishermen or walkers: , Do not go into the water, and do not swim, Do not practice nautical leisure activities. , Be especially careful; do not go near the waterfront even on a high point (beach, cliff)., Keep away from the wave-exposed structures (piers, waterfronts).