Flood warnings have been issued along the South Coast of Cumbria.

Areas affected include the coast at Barrow, the Duddon Estuary and from St Bees Head up to Millom.

At Barrow, a large tidal surge is expected and as a result of high spring tides and strong winds are predicted.

Tides are expected to be at their highest between 09.45 and 13.45 tomorrow, with flooding to roads and farmland possible.

Low lying land, roads and coastal paths at West Shore Park, Biggar Bank Road, Tummerhill Marshes, Rampside and Roa Island could be affected.

In the Duddon Estuary, flooding to roads and farmland is also possible with Millom, Millom Marsh, Duddon Bridge, A595, Foxfield, Angerton Marsh, Kirkby-in-Furness and Askam-in-Furness potentially being affected.

Between St Bees Head and Millom, low lying land, roads and coastal paths at St Bees, Coulderton, Nethertown, Braystones, Seascale, Saltcoats, Ravenglass, Annas estuary and Haverigg are at risk.