A Flood Alert has been issued for coastal areas of Pevensey Bay.
The Environment Agency is warning beach top properties are likely to be affected by spray generated by strong winds and large waves, with the alert in place until 12.35am on Wednesday (1 March).
High tide is at 11.57pm tonight (27 February) with a Force 7 south westerly wind expected.
Meanwhile, beach erosion is expected during the rough weather at Sovereign Harbour for the next three nights. A recycling team and an extra bulldozer have been ordered by the Pevensey Coastal Defence, with the hope they will be on hand to start repair work tomorrow.
The bulldozer is due to work this afternoon and early tomorrow morning at Normans Bay East, where the beach is currently narrowest.
The recycling team is expected to stay on site for at least two weeks.